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Dec 13 2019, 08:44 AM
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I export audio from my daw then pull it in to adobe premiere. I do like the video integration features! I'll have to give it a go!
Todd


I talked about this to a friend of mine, suspected the (adobe) vid. editor degrading the sound quality as spotify and youtube releases sounded too different to me. He made certain adobe didn't do any audio correction so we thought it was about youtube but to be sure we'll try this method on the next release (if logic can handle the vid. format standard he wants).

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New education video series based on Reaper 6, starts from ultimate beginner level

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Adobe Premiere certainly does NOT degrade any audio passed through it unless it's exported in a compressed format differently than the format it was imported as. For example, if one imports uncompressed .WAV or .AIF audio, and exports a quick time file with the same format, the audio will not be degraded at all in any way.

However, if one exports in a hyper compressed format of audio, then yes, audio quality will be degraded. The premiere engine itself is the same audio engine found in Adobe's flagship audio applications. So no, Premiere does not degrade audio quality unless the user tells it to do so.
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