Hmm. Sounds like you are doing everything right.
Does Soundbooth run ok on its own (if you open it alone?)
Have you tried Edit Original to see if that works?
Out of curiosity; what kind of video format/audio is the source. Maybe its having problem with the particular audio file?
After you find the answer to Curt's question, check that SB is the program assigned by the OS to handle that type of file.
Many programs will automatically grab file associations, upon installation. QT is notorious, though at least now allows more user intervention. I'd bet that Real Audio does this, behind the scenes.
Thanks for the input...
I tried Edit Orginal (video and audio .mov file) on the file in the bin...
that opens Quicktime Player. I went into Sys Prefs, QT, and tried changing
file associations, etc.
This file I'm trying this with was recorded using OnLocation as a QT . mov
file. That's the one association I can't disable in QT which may be why
I can't open SB but not sure since nothing opens (including QT) when
trying Render and Replace
When I try Edit in Soundbooth/Extract Audio on the file in the bin, that
works as expected, creating the extracted audio files, seen in the PP bin,
and then SB opens with both files ready to be worked on.
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