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Audition not loading files from Premiere

New Here ,
Nov 20, 2019 Nov 20, 2019

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Hi all, I'm having some trouble opening up audio files from premiere to audition. I thought this was an issue with the new 2020 updates but it seems to be a problem with 2019 as well. I haven't had this issue a month ago, whenever I click on "edit in adobe audition", the application will open but the audio file will not be loading. 

any suggestions on how I can fix this? Thanks 

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Audio , Error or problem , Export , Import , User interface or workspaces

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LEGEND ,
Nov 20, 2019 Nov 20, 2019

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This is an issue just within your machine. Sometimes signing out of the Creative Cloud desktop app and then rebooting the computer fixes it.

 

Sometimes trashing preferences fixes it.

 

Sometimes removing and replacing either app fixes it. And sometimes it takes running the Adobe CC Cleaner Tool applet to remove all traces of both apps and rebooting then reinstalling to get them to work together.

 

Neil

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Explorer ,
Nov 21, 2019 Nov 21, 2019

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I do not think this is an issue within Josephs machine - I have a similar problem which appeared after upgrading some of the versions - and I am still having the same problem whatever I do: I have removed both Premiere and Audition and installed the newest versions. And yes: rebooted also.

 

No help, what next?

 

As waiting the correct answer I foud a way to get the files to Audition and back to Premiere. Command "Edit Clip in Audition" makes an extracted clip on Your video folder. Import that to Audition, do the necessary adjustments and export the (renamed) clip to clipboard. Import the renamed Audio clip to Premiere and replace the original clip.

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Explorer ,
Nov 21, 2019 Nov 21, 2019

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Mac OS Catalina. Just tried: freshly installed Premiere CC 2020: "Edit Clip in Audition" does not work with freshly installed Audition (2020) 13.0, neither with older Audition 2019 (12.1.5.)

 

Just tried also: freshly installed Premiere CC 2019 "Edit Clip in Audition" does not work with Audition 2019.

 

What next: buy a version of Final Cut Pro?

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Jun 20, 2024 Jun 20, 2024

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Hi R Neil Haugen. I hope you will see this. Your comment helped me 5 years later 🙂 Thank you.

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LEGEND ,
Nov 21, 2019 Nov 21, 2019

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Yes, this is an internal issue on any and every machine with the problem. There's a file somewhere that is either not referenced properly, missing permissions, something ... and the process is trying to find which it is and kill it. Replace it with a properly functioning one.

 

The way these apps work (unfortunately in my thinking) they use files from the User/Documents/Adobe, user/appdata/ roaming & low, and several other places for various bits & pieces including "linking" information to other Adobe apps. It's so freaking complicated.

 

A few years back, while SpeedGrade was still usable and running via the "Direct Link" process, I had a linkage issue. It took something like three cycles of running the Adobe CC Cleaner Tool to finally get Premiere and SpeedGrade to see each other again. Which thankfully took only an hour or a bit more. Not that I was pleased, mind you. But I was working again.

 

A couple upgrades "my" Premiere and Ae have lost each other. Once I "lost" Audition.

 

But going through trashing prefs, dumping the cache files, and at need doing BOTH the uninstall/cleanup with the Adobe CC Cleaner Tool got me going.

 

And a couple times, just having the other app already open when I sent Premiere to it ... either "replace with AE comp" or "send sequence to Audition" ... worked.

 

Neil

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