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    Renderinf Audio in Sequencer

    Hello!
    I recently finished my first environment project set up in Unreal Engine 4.24.3, and I created a sequence video as a trailer (using sequencer).
    I have added an audio wav to the sequence and whenever I test play it, it works fine (video and audio) but whenever I render the sequence to a video (avi), it does not render the audio.
    If I choose the ´Master Audio Submix (Experimental) option in the Audio Output Format, it renders the video and the audio seperately; one as avi and the other as wav accordingly.

    How can I render a complete video with the audio included in the avi video?

    Thank you for the help!

    #2
    Hello! Ive got exacly the same problem, i spent 2 days for that simple thing...
    Can someone tell what in doing wrong, please.
    tried Every thing, there is some my adjustments in attach:
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      #3
      I have never ever used sequencer, but if it spits out an .avi and a .wav separately, containing everything together..we can use external program or script to combine them into finished product.
      Try my procedural music tools: Arthurs Audio BPs

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        #4
        Originally posted by ArthurBarthur View Post
        I have never ever used sequencer, but if it spits out an .avi and a .wav separately, containing everything together..we can use external program or script to combine them into finished product.
        It will be great thx! But i can add audio in sequencer.... it have to record sound somehow...

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          #5
          In the top post they said "choose the Master Audio Submix (Experimental) option in the Audio Output Format", that should spit out a .wav recording of all audio. If I understood your question correctly.
          Try my procedural music tools: Arthurs Audio BPs

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            #6
            Originally posted by ArthurBarthur View Post
            In the top post they said "choose the Master Audio Submix (Experimental) option in the Audio Output Format", that should spit out a .wav recording of all audio. If I understood your question correctly.
            Of cource i did that, but there is still no sound, even in .wav file...

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              #7
              I have searced the the internet globe for an answer and it seems there isn´t a way to capture and export a both video and audio in the same file.

              How I solved it was:

              - capture the video in unreal as a sequence of jpeg images.
              - import the images to After Effects and create a compostion
              - add the wav file to the composition
              - render the video using Adobe Media Encoder to get it in H264 (mp4) format beacuse the newer versions of After Effects don´t support mp4 format anymore.

              Hope this helps -

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                #8
                Maybe play it back in sequencer and record system audio in background?
                Try my procedural music tools: Arthurs Audio BPs

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by wassimbassil View Post
                  I have searced the the internet globe for an answer and it seems there isn´t a way to capture and export a both video and audio in the same file.

                  How I solved it was:

                  - capture the video in unreal as a sequence of jpeg images.
                  - import the images to After Effects and create a compostion
                  - add the wav file to the composition
                  - render the video using Adobe Media Encoder to get it in H264 (mp4) format beacuse the newer versions of After Effects don´t support mp4 format anymore.

                  Hope this helps -
                  THANK YOU! Its a way, not the straight one, but ok.... I cannot understand so why i use sound in sequencer if i can not use it in render? There is no sence((

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                    #10
                    If you want to check the result, here it is under "Kufic Temple"

                    https://wassimbassil.artstation.com/

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