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    Default Exporting Sound HELP!!

    Hi all, I am new here but I have been struggling with this problem in my editing for nearly 4 months now, and it’s become quite an serious issue, and BIG problem to me… I'm not to sure weather it falls in this forum category or not but here it is. To be honest it sounds basic, but I have tried everything I can thing of to resolve it, and have asked all people I know who could have helped me for information but no luck. Here it is… When I have finished editing my videos, and I have then exported them from Adobe Premiere Pro, all the loud beats / sounds in the video have come out as sharp crackling, some of the audio has been made a bit louder in parts when giving a louder dB point using a keyframe, but even when they have not been altered there is still crackling? Also, when I am editing with a song that has slight beats in it, some times even that exports as crackling. I really need some help with this problem, if anybody has any advice to give, or knows how to resolve this please tell me! Do I have to edit the export settings in a certain, specific way I do not know, or do i need another program to change this ? I am not someone who knows all the ins and outs of my Adobe programs so if any instructions could be explained that would be great!

    Thank you in advance!
    N

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    OK sorry all, here are all the specs i am Exporting with. i am only exporting the video files to my harddrive, and yes they are videos i have recorded my self at 25fps (frames per second) I am using a Packard Bell Imedia computer and advent speakers(I have also checked on other computers and speakers but all the same).
    The “Exporting settings” are:

    General
    File type – Microsoft DV AVI
    Range – Work Area Bar
    Embedding options – Project and/or none

    Video
    Compressor – DV (PAL)
    Color Depth – Millions of colours
    Frame size – 720h 576v 4:3
    Frame Rate - 25.00 fps
    Pixel Aspect Ratio – D1/DV PAL
    100% quality

    Keyframe and Rendering
    Rendering options
    Fields – either “Lower field first”, or “No fields (progressive scan)”
    Optimize stills

    Audio
    Compressor – (Only option available) Uncompressed
    Sample rate – 44100 Hz or 48000 Hz
    Sample type - (Only option available) 16 bit (same as camcorder, also 16 bit)
    Channels - (Only option available) stereo
    Interleave – “none” or “1 frame”

    I have tried all with all possible combinations, and nothing has changed, please help!!

    N

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    Quote Originally Posted by nruk View Post
    Audio
    Compressor – (Only option available) Uncompressed
    Sample rate – 44100 Hz or 48000 Hz
    Sample type - (Only option available) 16 bit (same as camcorder, also 16 bit)
    Channels - (Only option available) stereo
    Interleave – “none” or “1 frame”


    N
    The audio is not being compressed. If you don't mix the audio well it will peak and will get those cracks, that could end up popping the speakers. Just becuase you lower the volume does not mean your mixing the volume, becuase if you turn the volume up to a sertin level your still going to get those sounds. Try messing with the hi's, mid's, and low's.

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    Hello all, hope you don't mind putting twopennorth in. I'm premier's biggest fan. The audio mixer is very unforgiving. If it says you've clipped-you've clipped. Digital clipping is fatal. I use audio editing software such as protools and cubase for sound tracks. The plug-in compressors available are generally acceptable, though I stear clear as production companies insist on no compression as a rule. As far as premier's concerned going back over the tracks and being diligent with the faders and the record/latch feature'll do it. Looks like a nice, friendly forum, this. regards P.S

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    You don't say how you are recording these sounds.

    If your soundtrack is clipping as it is being recorded, then it will always crackle when you export it.

    Take care to get your audio into your NLE in as clean a way as possible. Preferably using a separate audio recording device. Watch those input levels. This will make mixing and exporting much easier.

    imho.

    Even mis-matched impedences due to plugging the wrong sort of audio equipment into a 'mic' socket can degrade your audio.


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