Default Audio Hardware

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Jun 19, 2019

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Is there any possible way to make the default audio output in Adobe apps match whatever output is selected in system preferences without having to go into Audio Hardware preferences and changing it manually every time?

I am frequently switching back and forth between Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition, and it gets tiring fast when I have to constantly be changing audio hardware in all three of them every time I connect or disconnect my headphones. All other apps on my computer switch over automatically, so why can't Adobe?

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Default Audio Hardware

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Is there any possible way to make the default audio output in Adobe apps match whatever output is selected in system preferences without having to go into Audio Hardware preferences and changing it manually every time?

I am frequently switching back and forth between Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition, and it gets tiring fast when I have to constantly be changing audio hardware in all three of them every time I connect or disconnect my headphones. All other apps on my computer switch over automatically, so why can't Adobe?

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By the way, before anyone asks, I am using Premiere version 13.1.2, Audition version 12.1.0.182, and After Effects version 16.1.1 and I am on an iMac Pro running MacOS 10.14.5 Mojave.

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I have this issue too. I switch between my speakers and headphones a lot. It's ridiculous having to go into the preferences for multiple programs every time. I'm on Windows 10.

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