Premiere has (at least 6.5


Premiere has (at least 6.5 does) the ability to use different settings for capture, editing, and export. In your editing set up, on the audio screen, try changing the interleave setting. What this setting does is tells the application how often to look at the "audio" part of the timeline. A 1 second interleave means Premiere will store 1 second of audio in RAM so its easier to read the "video" part. At the end of that 1 second, Premiere will load another second of audio in RAM and jump back to video. Since video uses more of your computers resources, this is how Premiere tries to keep things working together smoothly. I experienced audio effect problems and changing the interleave to "1/2 second" or even "1 frame" made the difference. If this doesn’t work, I’m stumped.

By the way, it would be helpful to know what version of Premiere your using. I have 6.5 so if your using Pro 2, I can’t help much.

Good luck!

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