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Jessica Robbins
parts of audio on dvd bad
on Jun 20, 2008 at 5:32:41 pm

When I render the work area in Premiere Pro, everything is fine. Then I export to Adobe Encore at 4800 (audio) and it builds it out. When I play the dvd, certain parts of the audio become choppy/echo-y- They are not all on the same track either.

It is not out of sync.

Any idea of what this could mean or how to get around it? Could I export my audio to make one master track?

Thanks
Jessica


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Noah Kadner
Re: parts of audio on dvd bad
on Jun 20, 2008 at 5:53:54 pm

Definitely mix down to a single track first before going out to encore. Also make sure your sample rates match in the original project. For example MP3 and CD audio need to be made into 48KHZ 16-bit before being mixed with camera audio in a project. Or you get sampling errors. It's also possible your video bitrate is too high which is affecting the audio as well.

Noah



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Jessica Robbins
Re: parts of audio on dvd bad
on Jun 20, 2008 at 6:48:02 pm

Thanks Noah- I will check that out.



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