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  1. Symmetrical Cross Fades now default?

    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

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    In Progress  ·  Durin G (Adobe) responded

    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.

  2. An option to attach markers to clips in multitrack view, rather than attaching them to the timeline

    Currently in Audition's multitrack editor, markers can only be attached to the timeline. It would be helpful to have an option to attach markers to individual clips, so that when those clips are moved in the timeline the markers move with them.

    The only way to achieve this right now is to go into waveform view and place a marker there. This is pretty inconvenient and involves a lot of clicking back and forth between views.

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