Audio is normally set to play back on the computer. Change that in the Playback Settings so it goes out over FireWire.
I'm not sure where to do that. I had looked at audio output mapping under
preferences and changed to "map output for: Audio Out" but as soon as i close
the preferences tab and open it back up, it reverts to the default "Premier Pro
WDM Sound"...and still plays back on speakers but not on tape deck. What am I
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On the program monitor, just below the monitor is an icon (with three circles, just above the camera icon), click on it and then click on "Player settings.." at the bottom. It is there that you choose which audio to use.
got it...many thanks for your help!
I have the same problem.
I can export the video to my sony HDV DVCAM recorder but no audio.
I can import video and audio but no audio on export or directly from the time line.
I have set the playback to External Device Audio.
When I play the timeline I have audio on my speakers and I have the meter within premiere showing audio.
I use a Windows 7 64 bit 12 gigs of memory computer with CS5.
I have a matrox RTx2 but for this I am using a premiere NTSC DV sequence.
The audio driver is RealTek High Definition Audio
Map Output for: Premiere Pro WDM Sound
Audio Hardwear>Default Device: Premiere Pro WDM Sound
The playback settings need to be set to "external device audio"...you can get to
those settings by going to sequence/settings, then click the playback settings
button to open the playback settings dialogue box. (or as cvid01 mentioned, on
the program monitor, just below the monitor is an icon with three circles just
above the camera icon that you can click to open a dialogue box with a "Player
settings" option at the bottom.) just under where it says aspect file
conversion, there is the option to select desktop audio or external device
audio...select external device.
After making this change, I was able to export both audio and video to tape, but
not without difficulty. It appears to me that export to tape is more of an
afterthought with this software. I have yet to be able to make it export to a
specific time code...it always slips 10-20 frames...sometimes it just stops
before completing the export. Thank goodness we are moving to file based show
delivery, since i see no way to deliver a properly formatted broadcast master
using this software.
In my post I have pointed out that I already have the playback to External Device Audio.
That was the first thing I checked.
Anyone have any other ideas?