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Have checked that all out and have decided I had better leave it now to the experts who set up my machine and installed CS3. They are the
Video experts here in NZ.(i.e. Digital Video Technologies - Auckland)
I am experiencing the same audio hang up and it seems to have just started happening after the last upgrade that I did a few days ago. I have a friend in NC with CS3 and his has started to do the same thing. While editing it just locks up the computer and the same 2 seconds of audio plays over and over. You can not save or do anything else but restart. The task manager says its not responding.
Since both of us are having the same issue I think its a Adobe issue.
Can anyone offer advice
Allied Video Services Chesapeake VA
We are still having this problem - worse now than it was.
RORY - if you see this - could you let us know if you are
by any chance using a Matrox card as we suspect this could
be a cause.
Or have you been able to solve the problem yourself?
Not be any chance trying to work with an MPEG4 import are you? I have the same, and have put it down to the fact that it is MPEG4 - which is not supported.
If you find a solution - let me know - but i have no problems with anything else!
P.S Same problem exists when you open the file in Elements, Pro 2 and 1.5
Have solved our problem. Have traced the audio looping while video plays to our Matrox capture card.
Matrox have identified this problem and have made a plug-in available on their site (under terchnical issues),to solve it, for you to download. They will guide you through the steps.
We are only using HD footage.
I've been able to create this when utilizing MP3's and/or WMA's. Take those and convert them to .Wav files and you'll probably notice a significant difference.
That would be strange because Premiere conforms both kinds of audio files to 32 bit floating point for internal use. Neither the MP3 nor the WAV are actually used as is.