Exporting a file that was pulled from Premiere

Community Beginner ,
Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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My primary goal is to export edits I made from an audio clip that I am using in Premiere but editing in Audition.

Some have said that there is an option under export, but it is not showing up for me. Other have said that this could be because output is not set to master, but I cannot find where to change output. Someone said to find output in the mixer, but I apparently need to be in multitrack not waveform? but when i bring in the audio from premiere it automatically shows up in waveform, and when i try and change it to multitrack it wants me to create something new?

I am very new to audition and have no idea what I'm doing. Please help.

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Audio hardware , Export , FAQ , How to , Noise reduction , User interface or workspaces

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Mar 26, 2021 Mar 26, 2021

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That's Waveform view, and you have one file open in it. At this point, if you want that file available on its own, use Save As, and give it a suitable name. Yes it's possible to open it in Multitrack, but I can't see what benefit there would be, unless you want to add other material to it.

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