If you need to collaborate with others using Pro Tools, there are some updates to how the audio effects are handled. What is the new workflow for exporting audio for a collaborator who uses Pro Tools? In this video, author Richard Harrington walks you through the steps to export audio out of the new Adobe Premiere Pro 2017 for use in Pro Tools.
- If you need to collaborate with others…using Protools, there are some improvements…with how audio effects are handled.…A typical workflow includes exporting an AAF file,…the Advanced Audio Exchange format here.…And if I choose AAF, it brings up…a new dialogue for the sequence.…You'll notice here that we can decide to break things out.…So for example, I'll enable this,…and include rendered audio clip effects.…
This option will ensure that any…of the effects are saved out.…This is quite useful here, as it allows the clips…to be generated and saved as rendered audio effects,…so any work I did in premiere is included.…But chances are while your audio engineer…would like to reference what you were thinking,…they're going to want you to include clips without effects.…This way you're actually going to end up exporting each track…twice, once with the filtered effects applied…in the media, and another that's clean.…
If you do this and both tracks are selected,…you will see in Protools that one is going to have…the [Track Name]_FX.…
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Q. This course was updated 05/2017. What changed?
A. The following topics received additions or updates: workflow improvements, publishing to Adobe Stock, MacBook Touch Bar support, working with After Effects motion graphics templates in Premiere Pro, using the new titler, and performance improvements for AAF, XAVC 4K, scaling, and VR.