Dox, I haven’t run into th

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AvatarJackson Wong
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Dox,

I haven’t run into the same situation before, but the best answer I can find right away are dependent on which device the media was captured on, this article is saying that if you used a<span>Sony or JVC camcorder or Apple’s iPhone or iPad. Then the m4a files should behave well, any others may have issues. I know it doesn’t explain much, but we’ll keep digging.</span>

<span></span>ref:http://www.bigasoft.com/articles/how-to-import-mp4-to-premiere.html

The article refers to .mp4 whose audio files should be .m4a’s

ref:http://www.m4a.com/m4a-m4p-files/

Hopefully this provides some explanation, but your work-around sounds like perfect, but frustrating since you shouldn’t have to.

-Jackson

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