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Sending a sequence to Audition for audio sweetening


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Premiere Pro CS5.5 New Features

with David Basulto

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For the first time Adobe's audio tool Audition is now available on the Mac and PC, and is included in production premium. With the release of CS5.5 Premiere Pro users can now send audio-tracks directly from Premiere Pro into Audition to address audio sweetening and editing. So in Premiere Pro I've got three clips on my Timeline, the old way to work in Premier was clicking on an audio file, and send it over to Adobe Soundbooth for render and replacing. Well we no longer have to do that, instead of sending just one file you can send your entire sequence.

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Premiere Pro CS5.5 New Features
27m 11s Intermediate May 02, 2011

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In this course, author David Basulto details the latest productivity enhancements to the Premiere Pro video editing workflow. Covering preproduction through delivery, the course shows how to edit RED footage nondestructively, place and modify keyframes directly on the timeline, and export to multiple file formats with the redesigned Media Encoder.

Topics include:
  • Choosing the appropriate keyboard layout
  • Building custom sequences
  • Syncing audio and video into a merged clip
  • Roundtripping with Audition to sweeten audio
  • Collaborating on the fly with CS Review
  • Adding closed captions
Subject:
Video
Software:
Premiere Pro
Author:
David Basulto

Sending a sequence to Audition for audio sweetening

For the first time Adobe's audio tool Audition is now available on the Mac and PC, and is included in production premium. With the release of CS5.5 Premiere Pro users can now send audio-tracks directly from Premiere Pro into Audition to address audio sweetening and editing. So in Premiere Pro I've got three clips on my Timeline, the old way to work in Premier was clicking on an audio file, and send it over to Adobe Soundbooth for render and replacing. Well we no longer have to do that, instead of sending just one file you can send your entire sequence.

Go up to Edit>Edit in Adobe Audition and press Sequence. This will bring up the Edit in Adobe Audition dialog box, you can select your work area or entire sequence, set handles, export a preview video, render audio clip effects, you can send the metadata, and it's going to open up in Adobe Audition, let's click OK. So here we are in Adobe Audition, as you can see we have all of our tracks, including a rendered video, but when I go over and scroll I don't see the video, why? As you can see the Workspace is set to Default, but if you down-arrow and click Edit Audio to Video, you'll see a rendered video file.

And if I drag, you can see it's totally synced with the audio. Now I might want to go into the Presets of the Clip Effects and choose something like an equalizer and add that, and when I'm done doing my editing I can go into Multitrack>Export to Adobe Premiere Pro, this brings up the Export to Adobe Premiere Pro dialog box. I can set the Sample Rate, I can export them as stems, I can do mixdowns to Mono, Stereo, or 5.1, and the best part as I can set Open in Adobe Premiere Pro, so let's leave that checked.

I click Export, now this dialog box opens where I'm asked if I want to copy my Adobe Audition tracks. I want to copy it to my Active Sequence, I'm going to click OK, and here's my new audio file called Audio 1. Audition also imports them into the assets folders, so by, including audition to your editing workflow Adobe hands you some awesome audio tools to make your project a success.

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