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Audio Interleave

In the Audio panels of the Capture, Project and Export Settings dialog boxes, you can specify the amount of audio interleave by clicking the Advanced Settings button (Figure 18.31). Audio interleave (also called audio blocks) determines how often audio information is loaded into RAM and inserted, or interleaved, among frames of video. Previous versions of Premiere referred to audio interleave as audio blocks, because blocks of audio are interleaved with blocks of video. Usually, an interleave value of 1 second results in smooth playback. If the audio falters during playback, however, you should adjust the interleave value. A low value needs less RAM but requires the computer to process audio more often. A large value results in larger audio blocks that are processed less often but require more RAM.

Figure 18.31. Specify the audio interleave value in the Audio panels of the Capture, Project, or Export Settings dialog boxes. In most cases, 1 second works fine.



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