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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.

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Thank you for the rational comments and requests. As Michael mentioned in the status update, we're taking a look at the work that introduced this change in the default behavior and should have more information soon.

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi, Randall.

    The File > Save As command always defaults to the settings of the original audio file, where File > Export will always default to the last-used settings. The main reason for this distinction is that a "save" command does not carry any implication about the possibility of data loss due to converting to a lossy compressed format.

    We're looking at File Format presets, like Effects presets but for specific codec and destination settings, that might make this simpler and more straightforward across the board.

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    William - This seems like a different issue than the original request, and I'm not sure I entirely understand the problem you're describing. Would it be possible to start a new UserVoice item, or email us directly at audbugs@adobe.com and we can troubleshoot further and figure out what's happening? Screenshots or a screen capture video might be very helpful into helping us understand what you're seeing.

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Toward the initial request, I like the idea of attaching a multitrack marker to a specific clip. Right now, Markers are strictly time-based and global. If a marker were "attached" to a clip, would you want to see a line overlaid on the tracks from the marker flag at the top to the clip it was attached to? Or simply a different "style" of marker flag to indicate it was a clip marker and not a global marker?

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    2 comments  ·  Audition  ·  Admin →
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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm happy to say we're actively looking into some of these requests, and I'll add your notes to the other items in our backlog where they fit.

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    7 comments  ·  Audition » Effects  ·  Admin →
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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    We're looking into this as a feature for a future release. In the meantime, you could work around the limitation right now by adding the rack effects to separate clips or tracks in a multitrack project, then sharing the session file. The other user would need to save each configuration as a new rack preset on their side, but it would contain all of the effects and parameters as you've created them. Not ideal, but will get the job done right now. Thanks for the suggestion and notes.

  10. 33 votes

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi, James and other upvoters.

    We'd be interested in chatting with you about your visions and expectations for Team Projects support in Audition. Please feel free to reach out to audbugs@adobe.com and we can chat further.

  11. 6 votes

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    7 comments  ·  Audition  ·  Admin →
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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Yes, I still haven't received a clear reply from Slate Digital. I'll reach out again as, unsupported or not, the VST3 specifications are very clear and straightforward and plugins should work in any host with VST implementation.

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Ricardo,

    I'll need to reach out to Slate as we certainly have a relationship with them and they have access to all of our applications, including Audition and Premiere Pro which use the same effects engine, for their testing needs. And since Audition and Premiere Pro fully support the VST 2.4 and VST 3.0 effect specifications, there shouldn't be any problem using 64-bit Slate plugins like the VMR. Are you having a specific problem with it?

    As for 32-bit plugins, I don't think we're likely to implement native support for these, but we do work well with applications like jBridge which can "wrap" your 32-bit effects in a 64-bit container and do the translation necessary for them to work in Audition or Premiere Pro.

  12. 29 votes

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    4 comments  ·  Audition » Effects  ·  Admin →
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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    You can click and drag an effect from one track to another. But I can see value in copy/paste - especially in the Waveform view which can only see one file/rack at a time.

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    Under Review  ·  Durin G (Adobe) responded

    I’ve seen this request before for when new tracks are generated with a file, but can I clarify that you’re asking for a feature that would rename existing tracks with existing content based on the filename of the first clip added to the track? Would filenames be more useful than metadata, especially for large SFX libraries which may have less descriptive filenames?

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi, Samuel.

    If you create a single mixdown of your multitrack project, the markers you create should show up on the new WAV file. You can then select all those markers in the Markers panel and export them in batch. While this does require the step of creating the mixdown first, it should make for a much quicker experience overall.

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Can you share the OS you're running and any specific details of the crash error message? a screenshot may be helpful. Thanks

  20. 21 votes

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    Durin G (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Pablo,

    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.

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