Since the most recent update, all my clips are defaulting to symmetrical crossfades rather than asymmetrical.
Symmetrical crossfades do not work for dialogue editing, since asymmetry maintains the noise floor evenly.
Every edit I make, I now have to right click the fade square and set it to asymmetrical, which is annoying and taking me a lot of extra time that adds up over thousands of edits per episode.
I looked in the preferences panel and couldn't find any setting to change this back, nor have I been able to find the answer within the manual/documentation.7 votes
As Matt mentioned, this has been updated in the Audition Beta, available in the Creative Cloud Desktop app, and will be in the next main release update of Audition.
Using the 2020 and the Beta release of Audition on macOS Big Sur (I am aware, it's beta software).
I am seeing the waveforms not render correctly in a multi-track view.
It's actually almost impossible to work with these waveforms (see attachment).
The waveforms sometimes jump back to normal when zooming in and out or scrolling or making a cut.
But I thought I'd report this so people are aware and either not upgrade to Big Sur for now or Adobe can fix it before the public release of Big Sur.4 votes
This is fixed in the Audition (Beta) 13.0.11 build that is available in the Beta apps section of the Creative Cloud Desktop Application. This will be fixed in the next release of Audition as well.
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