Ive just finished editing the first little peice of footage ive got with my new video camera..
This is my first experience with a cam corder and Premier Pro 7.
I have a 1 minute 44 second movie with the audio from the camera and a backing track. However when i export the project, using the "Export > Adobe Media Encoder", to .wmv, the audio is crackly whenever someone talks when i play it back (using Windows Media Player, not inside Premiere).
So, i decided to remove the backing track to see what difference it made, and played it back im WMP and it was fine, clear sound with no crackling.
So i decided to remove the audio from the camera and keep the backing track, to see what difference it made. I played it back and it was again fine, clear sound with no crackling..
I added both the audio from the cam and the backing track, and exported that using the same settings that gave me clear sound on the last two attempts and when i played it back in WMP it was crackly again..
This is annoying me soo much and i havnt tried so many different setting before i exported it, and i have exported it a total of 26 times so far, and still - every single one is crackly..
Can anyone help me out with this? Id be so greatful!
* - Dom