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Bouncing a 5.1 multitrack session to a file results in channels 3-6 being empty

Community Beginner ,
Sep 21, 2023 Sep 21, 2023

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I'm using Adobe Audition 2023, and when I choose to bounce a 5.1 multitrack session to a new file, it looks like this on the first screenshot attached. Even though it had all six channels in place in the multitrack session itself (see Screenshot 2). In order to fix it, I have to open the .sesx file and replace all occurences of audioChannelType="stereo" to audioChannelType="fivePointOne", as well as all occurences of componentID="Audition.StereoPanner" id="trackPan" name="StereoPanner" I need to change to componentID="Audition.StereoTo51Panner" id="trackPan" name="StereoTo51Panner". Not only that, but I have to also replace all occurences of <parameter index="0" name="Pan" parameterValue="0"/> with the following:

<parameter index="0" name="Pan: Angle" parameterValue="1.5707962512969970703125"/>
<parameter index="1" name="Pan: Radius" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="2" name="Pan: Center" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="3" name="Pan: LFE" parameterValue="0"/>
<parameter index="4" name="Pan: Stereo Spread" parameterValue="0.523599147796630859375"/>
<parameter index="5" name="leftEnable" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="6" name="rightEnable" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="7" name="centerEnable" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="8" name="lfeEnable" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="9" name="leftSurroundEnable" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="10" name="rightSurroundEnable" parameterValue="1"/>
<parameter index="11" name="leftSolo" parameterValue="0"/>
<parameter index="12" name="rightSolo" parameterValue="0"/>
<parameter index="13" name="centerSolo" parameterValue="0"/>
<parameter index="14" name="lfeSolo" parameterValue="0"/>
<parameter index="15" name="leftSurroundSolo" parameterValue="0"/>
<parameter index="16" name="rightSurroundSolo" parameterValue="0"/>


Only then it bounces correctly. Is it a known bug? Why does it require this manual editing to bounce the session to a file correctly? Again, my multitrack session IS in 5.1, and it even shows all 6 channels in the multitrack, but then bounces only two of them. What am I missing here perhaps?

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 24, 2023 Sep 24, 2023

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Anyone?

For some reason, whenever I import 6-channel WAVs into my 5.1 multitrack session, for each such file there's audioChannelType="stereo" in the .sesx file. Is there a way to make Audition treat them as 6 channel without editing .sesx every time?

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 24, 2023 Sep 24, 2023

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Even though there is audioChannelType="fivePointOne" for the session itself, but not for the 6-channels WAV that I import into my multitrack. They all incorrectly appear as stereo in .sesx, even though they're clearly 6 channels and they show all 6 channels in Audition itself.

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 28, 2023 Sep 28, 2023

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Hi Erik32053066wpji,

 

Please check the panning under the track panner panel for the session. We request you share the source media channel details and the session file with us.

you can email the session file to  audbugs@adobe.com

 

Regards

Abhishek 

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