This is a bug that needs to be sorted.
With the latest build of Audition (126.96.36.199) for OS-X, I am unable to create a new folder via CMD+Shift+N when Saving a file, like I am used to doing in previous versions, and in every other application that I work with.
This was also a problem with Illustrator CC 2020, which eventually got sorted.1 vote
The bug has been reproduced and logged as DVAAU-4203305. I’ll updated this thread once there’s a Beta build of Audition that contains the fix.
Thanks again for the report.
Would be nice to be able to open a wav file, go to select location with playhead and have the option to record new audio over (as is currently) AND INSERT WITHOUT DESTROYING CURRENT AUDIO... should be a simple thing to do no????85 votes
Thanks for the upvotes and good comments. We’ve been in conversations with some of our prerelease and VO users about this functionality and getting some fantastic feedback around design and workflow. Please stay tuned…
Implement ADR tools like Nuendo or the new version 15 of Resolve. Come on Adobe, you must become the industry standard in Audio post.13 votes
The ability to directly open a premiere project in Audition to do the audio work is great, nice job Adobe. But, I often use 'fill left with right' or right with left as the mic is normally only into one channel or the other channel is unsuitable. It is a fast 'effect' added at track level in Premiere but it is shown as not supported when you open the project in Audition. Messes up the entire audio at the point where you want to finish the audio. This would be so helpful for video editors, please5 votes
I wonder if the “Source Channel Routing” could be expanded to map this ‘effect’ easily. Right now, the SCRis limited to one unique channel assignment per clip channel, but it might be easy enough to modify.
Ideally, Premiere should make it simpler to convert a stereo clip to mono and toggle the source channel. “Fill x with y” seems a bit of a kludge to me as the result, a multi-mono file, has the same output results with a lot more complexity.
I’ll enter a feature request. Thanks.
Edit: Request: 4199707
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