Surround 7.1, 9.1 and more...
Please, you could add more surround options, such as 7.1, 9.1 and more, like in other audio softwares (Pro Tools or Logic Pro for example).
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Perhaps has this been covered and I'm not using the channel matrix correctly?
7.1 -- L/R/C/Lfr/Ls(side)/Rs(side)/Ls(rear)/Rs(rear)
7.1.4 for Netflix (https://partnerhelp.netflixstudios.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001794307-Netflix-Sound-Mix-Specifications-Best-Practices-v1-1)
Desperate Need for 7.1 surround (Dolby OR DTS) encode. How could you possibly leave us with only $$$ options? You're killing me here - first you take away AC3 encode and then this insane enterprise signin every time I use CC on a different computer. Nuts! Driving Me Crazy!
Elliott Bridge commented
What an important feature to include as well. We really need a dolby atmos workspace inside adobe audition. We have sound in 2d space. But 3d space sound is so popular now, adobe should have implemented it ages ago.
Totally agree... in addition to 5.1; how about 5.2, 7.1, 9.1, 7.2, 9.2, etc. It's become a basic need. My sound file deliverables for Netflix ask for 8 channel sound files.
Netflix and game design is driving the independent market for sound - so, DTS Headphone:X & Dolby Atmos for headphones (7.1) for games and for Netflix and movie releases it is Dolby Atmos 7.1.2 (at least bed, hopefully you can give full Atmos somehow without RMU?).
Erik Díaz commented
I use Audition for mixing localized dubbed spanish version of feature films in 5.1 for theatrical release. I had two movies that where 7.1 and had to remix in 5.1 because I did'nt have the choice of 7.1. I think that adding the industry standards is a must.
Thanks for the request. This is something we're currently looking at expanding and making more flexible in general. Would you mind describing the multichannel surround environments you're most interested in mixing for? There are dozens, if not more, of different channel configurations and we'd like to better understand the priority and use cases for each.