WEIRD!!! Trying to use audio files that were created in LogicProX. 24-bit, 48k - tried WAV and AIFF.
Flame sees the file, imports it, shows the waveforms, moves the meters - but doesn’t make any sound through the audio outputs. What the hell? Flame 2021 (Linux) and 2022 (Mac). Same file is totally fine in Resolve, Premiere, QT Player, etc… If I run it through Compressor and create a new WAV, it’s fine.
Any idea what the hell is going on? Try it yourself?
FYI - all that drama last week about the audio not working - all user error on my part!!! I couldn’t hear mono audio from Flame - somehow my Mac SYS PREFs audio was panned all the way right, so any mono source was playing in left channel, which was simply muted on my Mac. Doh!!! I will wear the dunce hat for one week. Carry on!
Right - was so confused, because other apps default to center for mono files, so I was still hearing the audio in Finder, Resolve, Premiere, etc… I will blame LOOPBACK, which I recently installed in order to share application audio over Zoom.
I wonder if there is a hotkey for this. YEARS ago, I was assisting a flame artist who’s laptop was soooo contrasty that he couldnt barely see any media files. Turns out there was an Accessibility option for the vision impaired. Perhaps its an accessibility feature for the hearing impaired?