Welcome to the forum.
Can you tell us what the format/CODEC for your Audio is?
We see problems, similar to yours, where the source Audio is MP3. Usually, the "fix" is to convert from MP3 to PCM/WAV in Soundbooth, Audition, or an audio-editor, like the free Audacity.
Extend your video with some "Black Video"
Extend the WAB to cover all.
Does the audio play through completely after doing that?
Hey, guys. Thanks for your speedy reply. After rendering it out several
different ways, I believe it was just my video player cutting the last
second. I added the video to youtube and other video player sites, the last
second is there.
What video player were you using? It'll help anyone else who runs into this problem.
I have been aware for sometime of an issue in PPRO when using some of the Playback modes such as... to the second monitor or to a DV device where the last 12 < > audio frames are clipped off in the playback.
I wondered if this was the case in this instance.
Hence the suggestion (and my workaround)
I do agree with Jeff. If you can state the player, that exhibited this behavior, that might help others, who find this thread, and will also arm many of us with something else to mention, should we encounter such an issue, here or elsewhere.
Thanks, and good luck,
The player was VLC. I realized that after expanding my work area, as
suggested, and exporting it out that the missing second was there.
Unfortunately, my clients, I didn't feel, were savvy enough to remove that
extra black footage at the end. So again, I should have trusted in the
program and not the player.
What video player are you folks using, to avoid such a hassle?
I use a combo: MediaPlayer Classic HC, VLC, WMP, and then usually Export to DVD, so I will then use MPC HC, or CyberLink's PowerDVD.