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I'm a noob editor so this should be an easy one. I had about 4 clip on a timeline in a sequence that suddenly stopped previewing audio in the sequence timeline. All the clips sounded fine playing in the source panel and I restarted Premiere (2014) and the computer to no avail. Eventually I copied all the elements from my sequence and copies to a new sequence and the clips played normally in the new sequence. I'm fine now but would like to know what went wrong so I don't have another coronary. Thanks in advance.
did you mute the audio tracks by accident?
maybe you turned off the audio track for all clips?
if you change the audio source (like from headphones to sound speakers) maybe premiere didn't updated this and went withou playing anysound, to fix this I just open the preferences and close it.
other than that it can be a number of things, can you printscreen the sequence that is muted?
I found out what it was.
in the sequence panel I accidentally pressed one of the S buttons. It was in a yellow square. Once I unchecked the little bitch everything was fine. Obviously, I'm new to Premiere.
the S is for solo, you were soloing other audio track
the M is for mute, S for solo... and yea, they just change colors so its kinda counter intuitive.
welcome to premiere! I've been working with it for the past 3 or 4 years and I think its the best editing software out there, light years ahead of Final Cut
you can edit raw RED camera 4k footage like its nothing, no need for converting 5D footage aswell
How in God's name do I copy and paste a clip from another sequence into a track I actually want instead of replacing a clip I don't want to mess with.
Selecting the empty track does not work. I cannot option drag because the clips are from a different sequence.