Correction - the source audio is actually 24-bit. Not sure if this is a factor.
I still have a timeline I can't export due to this problem.
When I play the timeline, my fine dialog edits sound fine. If I drop that sequence into another sequence, or if I export it, at least some of my audio edits are minutely moved about. I've managed to confirm it's not to do with filters.
I am very close to having to record the timeline output to an external device via AES and dub it back over the top of the whole edit, as Premiere just seems incapable of exporting my edit without screwing it up.
What's going on?
I've had a similar experience with the De Esser in premiere CC. I'm having issues with it when I export. The video has several different clips within it that I applied it too. It sounds great in the premiere timeline however when it's exported it still has sibilance at the beginning of where the sound begins (for each clip within the entire video) and then it normalizes. Is this a common problem? Or is there a fix to this? thanks in advance!