Hi, I'm working on a series of videos for a client and have come across an problem that I'm hoping someone here may have encountered or even solved already.
I have an edit that involves a nested sequence (containing interview footage). I'm using the essential sound panel to just slightly clean up the audio and, as part of the process, I'm trying to use Loudness Auto-Match with the audio tagged as dialogue. Despite having already used this workflow across more than a dozen videos now, I'm suddenly getting an error that reads "Failed to measure clip loudness. Check if the clip might be too short or only contains noise/silence." Obviously I've checked to see if any clips are just noise/silence (none of them are) and the shortest clip in the edit is around 34 seconds (I don't think that's too short).
[Tried so far]
Clearing audio type and re-assigning
Applying auto-match within nested sequence (this kind of works but isn't an ideal solution)
Closing and re-opening Premiere
Up-to-date version of Premiere CC 2018 (as of 28/06/2018)