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    Todd Pilon commented  · 

    Not knowing enough about computer programming, I'm still baffled that even serial processes (effects rendering) can't be divided/distributed and recombined/synced to utilize multi-core processing. I too tried to "pre-render" the tracks to speed up export. Just as the OP said, it did not happen. Re-rendered. Is there possibly a way to add a "pre-render" before export that could save time? Perhaps more file-intensive, but would allow for more CPU usage?

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    Todd Pilon commented  · 

    Matt,

    I am not actually sure why they are 32 bit files. The recording device is a Clark-Teknik DN32-LIVE (Multi-track recorder that goes in the card slot of the Behringer X32). The output of the Behringer X32 console DACs is only 16bit / 48KHz. So, that may be a "Music Group" question. I don't know if you have any sort of relationship with them.

    As for workflow, I am recording a performance in a TV studio for a music show. The director gets the live mix for editing. Then, I take the tracks in Audition, make the final broadcast mix, and then they do a "layback" to the timeline in Premiere just before exporting.

    Hope that helps! Thanks!

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    Todd Pilon commented  · 

    Email sent. Thank you. Looking forward to your response.

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    Todd Pilon commented  · 

    Apparently I can't actually attach a file here. Is there a better way to get you a sample multi-channel WAV file to you?

    Thanks!

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    Todd Pilon commented  · 

    HELP!!
    I am still having this issue. Can anyone help me?
    I have attached a sample 32-track file for analysis. This file, when opened in audition 13.0.13.46 on a Windows 10 PC with 32GB RAM, etc. does not generate a .PKF file. Can you tell me what is wrong with these files?

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    Todd Pilon commented  · 

    Hey Matt Stenger,

    This is a multi-channel WAV file. And I already did check those boxes and the drives, as you can tell by the fact I noticed PKF files generated for certain WAV files, but not the multi-channel ones. How large of a file can I attach here, or do I need to submit a file a different way for analysis?

    Thanks

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