I take two video clips and combine using Photoshop CS6. The clips have audio that can be heard if I play them through bridge. No camera audio in Photoshop. How do I get the camera recorded audio tnto my edited video?
My apologies for missing your post earlier.
There are multiple places in the Timeline where the audio volume/mute can be set;
the main Mute/Unmute Audio button in the timeline, the Mute Audio checkbox in the video pop-up, and the volume control in the same pop-up.
There are a few digital cameras that encode with Dolby Digital AC-3 audio, which Photoshop currently cannot decode due to licensing. (some Sony Cybershots)
There are also a few cameras that give the user the option to shoot in two different formats, one of which has the Dolby Digital AC-3 audio (Leica D-Lux)
Finally, quite a few video cameras encode their audio with Dolby Digital AC-3.
Please let us know if you were able to resolve the issue.
Also, it'd be helpful to know which camera/video camera you were using.
MOV files come in with audio from my olympus compact camera,but MTS files from my panasonic camcorder HDC-SD800+HC-V720 do not come into photoshop with audio but play in lightroom,is there a work around