Really enjoying mixing in Audition however clients always seem to need to change something in the edit after you think you have finnished.
So is there a way of sending an updated sequence to Audition from Premiere so you don't have to start the dub from scratch?
I am sure that I am missing something, hopefully someone can point me in the right direction.
I think I may be mis-understanding what you want, but will not:
Premiere Edit Menu > Edit in Adobe Audition > Sequence do what you want?
At least, this is how it works in CS6!
1 edit in Preamer
2 send the sequence to Audition
3 send mix down back to Preamer
all the above works great. Then the client says he needs
to extend a shot and add a line of new Vo to the video edit
So my question is how do I resend the amnende edit back
to Audition but keep all the track data from the first dub.
I have found a way to do this, which sort of works, but is not as smooth as I'd expect from Adobe.
1 - right click on the mix down track in PP and select 'edit original'. Then select 'open original multitrack session'. This opens Audition and gives you the OLD multitrack session.
2 - in the project File Browser (where all the files in the multitrack are listed together), find your PP project and right click it. Select 'insert into multitrack'. You will be told that only one video file can be in any track at once, but you just confirm the overwrite. Now you have the current video reference file (it really should just be a case of 'refreshing' the links and the multitrack auto updates, but that does not seem to be the case - unlike with AE or PP - poor implementation by Adobe, methinks).
3 - This is the pain (until someone can point out the, apparently missing, obvious and easy way I can't find). You will need to export your current audio from PP somehow. My latest effort at this only required a single audio clip to lengthen, so I made selected the portion of the clip needed in PP and clicked 'edit in Audition', which opened it in the waveform editor. You can't copy and paste from there (again, Adobe, what's with that?), but the file will then appear 'untitled.wav' in the File Browser, from where it can be inserted into the multitrack, once you have appropriately positioned the playhead and set your tracks.
4 - do whatever work is needed and then export the mix as normal. If you choose the same name and location for the export then overwrite the original and your audio will automatically update on the PP timeline.
I hope that helps? D
Thanks for this workaround, however I'd wish Adobe comes up with a solution to make Pr timeline updates automatically reflected inside Au, and making editing seamless. Wouldn't this be the selling point of socalled "Suite" ?
Hello. I have read your post from March and I'm in the same problems. Did you find a good solution?
Here we are in January 2022 and I have this same question. How do I revise a Premiere cut and send it back into Audition without losing all the work that was done originally? In long form I might have several hours or days invested in the mix and I would like to preserve that work while including any changes made in the revised timeline.
I'm certain that Adobe has already implemented a solution to this very common occurrence in post production. I just haven't found it yet.
That should be the Edit->Edit in Adobe Audition-> Sequence option, in Windows. Not sure where it is in the menu system on a Mac.
This sends the entire current track setup from Premiere to Audition in a non-destructive multi-track window/workspace.
All the effects that you've applied in Pr are 'there'. And that includes the Essential Sound Panel effects, shown as individual effects.
When done in Audition, some things are saved back to Premiere simply by saving the work in Audition. And you can export the work back to Premiere as either stems or a mixdown.
Stems will send all current tracks in your Audition back to Premiere as new tracks below the current ones. A mixdown sends a new track that is your choice of stereo, mono, or 5.1.
And again, it adds them to the current ones in the project in Premiere.
Here we are in July 2023, and same question still lingers on.