I'm using TV wo access my home PC from my laptop and I want to edit some footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. However, this doesn't really work because TV for some reason doesn't stream the audio from Premiere Pro. All other sounds work, only Premiere doesn't. Now, I should note that Adobe Premiere Pro, even when the sound device is configured not to give applications exclusive control, still manages to take exclusive control over the sound device, meaning that in normal use of the PC, when Premiere Pro is running, I can only hear it and nothing else. Accessing the PC via TV, the opposite is the case. I can hear everything else, but not Premiere. I've tried changing the exclusive control option which changed nothing, even when using the PC directly (I also haven't found an option within Premiere Pro that influences this), and I've tried using different audio devices, which, after restarting the session, gave me all audio again, except for Premiere. I haven't found anything on this issue, and I don't know if it's rather an issue with Adobe Premiere or with Teamviewer, but I thought I'd ask here anyway.
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Have you checked if your port forwarding is working correctly? I am currently trying to set up Wake on LAN for my home PC, and the PC itself is configured properly, which I have made sure of by connecting to my router (FRITZ! Box) via myfritz.net from a different location and turning the PC on from there. I then went ahead and configured port forwarding in the FRITZ! Box for port 9 at my PC, and configured Teamviewer to use the DynDNS I get with myfritz.net (which I made sure works by pinging it, which connected to the correct external IP address) and port 9. However, Wake on LAN doesn't work. Now, to make sure the port forwarding was owrking, I used several online tools that connect to your external IP with a given port and check its status, all of which returned it was being trashed/filtered, meaning my router wasn't forwarding it. Now, either I am understanding something wrong and this should be how it would appear externally, or my FRITZ! Box simply isn't forwarding port 9 for some reason. You could do the same to check if your router is doing that properly, unless, aas stated above, an online tool should return a negative result for some reason. Now, if the port forwarding doesn't work, I don't have a fix, and if you found one, I'd love to hear it, but at least it would narrow down the issue.
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