Did you find a solution for this?
I am having the same problem, and I have since I installed this add-in a month ago, honestly I am wondering why people use this product. Others around me are not having this issue so I don't know what is going on.
I have called Adobe 3 times,
I tried uninstalling and re-installing Presenter - no luck
I tried disabling and enabling the add-in - no luck
I updated to version 7.0.5, http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=153&platform=Windows (make sure you install 7.0.1, then 7.0.2, then 7.0.5 in this order) still had problems - but I did just find this post from 2009, and I am going to try starting a new presentation (updates would not help a current PP), which really is not great because I have a 60 slide class at this time.
This may help. Audio files are actaully in the DATA folder. These can be editted with Soundbooth then they must be imported intot the specific slide in the Powerpoint presentation. Publish the presentation (as you'll read below) and *should* work This reply came from robva65 email@example.com
Let's try this: *Publish* the PPT deck you have. What you'll end up with is a set of files and folders, but I want you to look for the *data folder* that's created as a result of the publishing process. (Unless you specify where you're publishing to, Presenter will publish to a directory called "My Adobe Presentations" by default, so you may have to look there on your harddrive) Inside the data folder will be a list of mp3 files, which, if everything goes smoothly, should make it much, much easier to see which audio is used by a specific slide.
Here's what I mean: for example, after publishing, I have a data folder and inside I found the following file: a24x9x3.mp3 As I double click the mp3 file (which causes it to play using Windows Media on my laptop), I can hear that it corresponds to my slide 9 in my PPT deck. And there's corresponding mp3 files for each and every slide I have in my deck. I'm clicking another file (wouldn't it be nice to see what I'm doing???) a24x20x3.mp3, and that file corresponds to my slide 20 content in PowerPoint.
So again, give publishing in PowerPoint a shot and see if that makes it any easier. Well...not nearly as easy as recording in Audition/Soundbooth/Audacity, but it's close enough to hopefully dig you out of that hole you're in now.
Hope this helps ~rich
Thank you, but my issue is more with PP crashing and telling me that there is a problem with the plug-in, do you want to disable it now.........do you know why this is happening constantly whenever I try to edit or sync audio? I can find my audio and import it fine, it just crashes on me!