Purge wrote:by "RAM preview" are you pressing 0 key on the numpad to render and play the workspace?
but I have read in the Adobe forums that projects with AVI footage won't play audio as well.
I have tried pressing the 0 key and clicking the RAM Preview button on the time controls. Both generate a preview with no sound, even though it says "Mixing audio for preview."Purge wrote:by "RAM preview" are you pressing 0 key on the numpad to render and play the workspace?
I demuxed my sound from my clips while preparing my footage for Premiere, and the song file I'm using is in WAV form already. They show up in AE as seperate tracks and files from the video.-Bauzi- wrote:Well if not: Demux your audio from the video stream.
Open VDM and click on streamlist to export your .wav audio. There you have. A single soundfile in wav.
So is is just a thing that AE won't play audio with AVI footage, or am I just missing something?
I tried ctrl clicking in my and it didn't do anything for the audio. If fact, it only played one frame and then stopped, even though I was still dragging the time indicator.reddragon_syndicate wrote:a ctrl + drag (i think ctrl dragging the mouse) gives sound for lil editing.(My stuff is always in AVI and Wav) It did in AE 6.5 but I never imported the project files.
What do you mean by enabled? I have the audio buttons on the track on.No this shouldnt be the case (In my experience anyway). I have noticed at times the audio that is pulled in isnt always enabled.
But Purge, you gave me some great advice! I looked for the waveform for my music and it didn't show up. So I re-ripped my song and imported it into my project and it played!! So maybe the song file was just corrupt or something. I'm so excited that it's working, thanks everyone for your suggestions and timePurge wrote:does the waveform show in the timeline?
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