Just some thoughts here. Many users have had issues (some Audio on Export) with Apple's H.264 CODEC (probably the most common one?), and have had much better luck with the H.264 from either Lead, or from MainConcept. Not sure if either have a trial, but might be worth a try.
Otherwise, I am at a loss to explain why your H.264's are producing bad Audio on the PS3 (have never used one). It is also odd that by dropping the Video resolution down, or replacing it with synthetic Video, would have the affects that you describe - odd indeed, at least to me.
Thanks Bill. I'm actually using the MainConcept h.264 (comes with CS5 apparently), but there's a thought to try switching that up as well. I'll do a test rendering out via Quicktime at 1080p.
The part that's most odd, and hopefully not a red herring, is that the files all play perfectly on the computer and it's only on the PS3 that they have (audio) playback problems.
I wonder if the Adobe Engineers have any thoughts on this?
Well scratch the H.264 CODEC. Thanks for reporting.
There was a issue, but think that it was way back, where some firmware updates for PlayStations disconnected some previous features to stop the playback of pirated BD's. Think that Sony made some changes, and got things going better for the users. Lawsuit maybe?
Perhaps another PS3 user will be able to offer some useful tips. I'm even out of guesses right now.
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Do you have a friend that has a PS3 also.
Try it there to make sure it isn't just your PS3.
Dont want to keep trying to solve a problem if its only your unit creating it.
Hope you get it working: GLenn