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What are your source Clips, with full details?
Have you tried Render/Replace for the Audio portion of those Clips?
Sounds like you have tried most Export settings, and gotten the same Audio noise. Are there any Effects added to the Audio of the Clips?
Do you have a Matrox card, or a Black Magic card?
Just thinking of things that have caused problems for others in the past.
Source Audio Format: 22050 Hz - 16 bit - Mono
Project Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 32 bit floating point - Mono
But again even if I dumb down the export settings to 22050 Hz, it's still choppy. I've imported audio sources in this format using these project settings before and never had an issue.
I haven't tried Render/Replace, where can I find this option? If you mean "Render Work Area" I've done that for most of the project (for other issues I'm having) and it sounds fine while playing back in Premiere itself.
I don't recall adding any special effects to the audio, no.
No I don't have a Matrox card, or a Black Magic card.
For Render & Replace, Select an Audio Clip and then choose (Toolbar) Clip>Audio Options> Render and Replace. A new Audio Clip will be created and will replace the Selected Audio Clip in the Timeline.
Now, are these Audio Clips from muxed Audio & Video files, or separate Audio Clips?
That worked! Thank you very much for your help, I guess one of the audio files must have imported incorrectly or something because now my fully exported video sounds as it should.
Great news, and thanks for hanging in there.
Glad that it's sorted out, and good luck,