I had that happen once. I saved, quit, and restarted, and that fixed it for me when it rebooted and reloaded.
If you get desperate, you could export that segment to Soundbooth or Audition, fade it there, and import the clip back into Premiere.
Yep I tried that but now i have bo sound at all.
I will say that since using premier that my biggest gripe in audio.
i am changing nothing but loosing aduio about every 4 - 6 times i open a project and work.
That thru 3 projects so far.
I have meters but no audio. nothing....argh!!!
I am suppose to turn this in in 10 hours.
Ok. the sound is back but i still can not trim, keyframe or fade audio in anyway..
In this ppicture you can se that the scrub line is not touching the 2nd and 3rd tracks of audio. 2hrs ago in this cut there was audio there.
I trimed it to where you see it now but the audio from audio tracks 2&3 is still heard in the mix. i can still here it even though i have trimmed it away.
How is that possible?
In FCP i could dump the render files if this ever happened ( which it didn't )and re-render, but i have no idea what to dump in PPro to get the same effect.
9hrs to deadline.
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I have not encountered this problem yet. Which video and audio codec are you using?
Did you check the Avid DNxHD, which is available free? Since you have FCP experience, may you can use ProRes, too? I have no issues with these yet (on Windows)
thats the thing.
It is audio only and no linked video. Of cource i pulled the audio from another video clip but it is audio only.
Is there a way of telling Premier to forget all its previous renders and start with a new render??
if i go to Sound booth by right clicking the clip in the seq. It ask me to render and replace then the waveform disapears and soundbooth open with a flatlined file.
Sequence > Delete Render Files, or just manually trash them with your file browser.
of course, you can delete render file using the Sequence-Menu. There is something like "Delete Render-Files".
I would also try other codecs for video/audio to see, if there is a difference. What is the source of the files?
found it. wayyyyy on vtrck14 was a duplicate clip.
You may comense to throwing tomatoes at me.
We've all been there, or at least I have. I had 33 audio tracks for a 104-minute feature film in Audition for Mac (beta) and had plenty of fun keeping track of it all.