Sound problems in Adobe premiere

  [DELETED] 21:06 24 Jan 2006
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I have just started to learning how to use adobe premiere 7.0 and i exported my first film to find that the sound quality of an mp3 i put with the video is really crackly. Is there a way to resolve this?

Thanks for your help

  [DELETED] 22:10 24 Jan 2006

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  [DELETED] 14:57 26 Jan 2006

Does the mp3 play OK when your using the time line to play it? The obvious next thing to try is to export the video with a wav file. This is the best quality that you could achieve. If this is crackly, can you play a CD through your sound card is that OK. Its a process of elimination. David

  [DELETED] 17:21 26 Jan 2006

I find the best way to deal with audio in Premiere is to make sure the music files I am using are all the same format, for DV/DVD 48000Hz 16 bit WAV.

Mixing formats in Premiere is not advisable, as you have found out.

  [DELETED] 17:48 26 Jan 2006

I tried a WAV and that didnt solve it and my sound card is fine, but i will try and convert 1 to 48000Hz . I'll keep posting if it doesnt wrok for other ideas. cheers

  [DELETED] 18:33 26 Jan 2006

yeah i tried everything i can think of andwhat you've said, but it still does it. anyone else have any other ideas? they'd be much appreciated

  [DELETED] 14:33 28 Jan 2006

Does the mp3 play OK when your using the time line to play it? David

  [DELETED] 11:43 29 Jan 2006

yer, but then when i export it crackles.

  [DELETED] 01:17 30 Jan 2006

Is it the same file you are using, does all audio crackle?

  [DELETED] 14:44 30 Jan 2006

Its all of them

  [DELETED] 18:12 30 Jan 2006

What setting are you outputting to then. What is the video type you are outputting, and sudio type.

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