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You can't go by what you hear in your speakers. You need to watch your audio meters.
Go to the Audio Tools button and click on Audio Mix. This will open the Audio Mixer, which will show you your audio levels on meters. For best audio, keep your levels peaking at just over zero, but staying out of the red.
Thanks I'll check that but Is there a way to hear my edited mixed audio(previewing) without sharing?
How do you disable Smartmix?
Unless you've turned Smart Mix on, it won't work. There's no need to disable it.
I've been trying to get the audio fixed and still having problems. Now when I save 1/2 my video has audio and the last 1/2 is all silent. In my workspace it is all there. If it goes above 0 will premiere not put the audio in? I'm thinking about saving a copy and reloading the whole program. Any suggestions?
What are the full specs. and format(s) of your Audio? To have major differences, as it seems that you have, it could be possible that the source Audio is an issue.