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Possible to have Audition Markers import to Premiere?

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Oct 26, 2020

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Using: Audition 2020 & Premiere Pro 2019

I record my script in Audition and when I finish I 'Save as' Wave PCM (wav) and in the bottom of the window its shows 'Include markers and other metadata' which is [x] Checkmarked.
I don't know if this is a 'thing' or how it works but this would be a HUGE time saver for me when editing in Premiere as I would no longer have to scroll through my imported audio script and find all the desired 'marker' spots that I wish to mark for editing.

Maybe I'm missing a step when I import the audio to Premiere because it is simply only audio and no markers (makes sense, why would an audio file include markers?) 


However, when I export the audio from Audition, it exports the .wav file and also a .pkf file (which I'm assuming holds the markers/metadata?) as it literally does nothing  but open up Audition (from a closed state) to a empty blank canvas with no audio? (I'm guessing this is the solution to my issue, but I don't know how it works or how to get it to work)

Hope I didnt make that sound to confusing when trying to explain. Thanks for any future help.

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Possible to have Audition Markers import to Premiere?

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Oct 26, 2020

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Using: Audition 2020 & Premiere Pro 2019

I record my script in Audition and when I finish I 'Save as' Wave PCM (wav) and in the bottom of the window its shows 'Include markers and other metadata' which is [x] Checkmarked.
I don't know if this is a 'thing' or how it works but this would be a HUGE time saver for me when editing in Premiere as I would no longer have to scroll through my imported audio script and find all the desired 'marker' spots that I wish to mark for editing.

Maybe I'm missing a step when I import the audio to Premiere because it is simply only audio and no markers (makes sense, why would an audio file include markers?) 


However, when I export the audio from Audition, it exports the .wav file and also a .pkf file (which I'm assuming holds the markers/metadata?) as it literally does nothing  but open up Audition (from a closed state) to a empty blank canvas with no audio? (I'm guessing this is the solution to my issue, but I don't know how it works or how to get it to work)

Hope I didnt make that sound to confusing when trying to explain. Thanks for any future help.

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Oct 26, 2020

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This should actually work exactly as you describe. It's a really great feature, and I use it all the time! Here's a screenshot showing what it looks like, including the Markers panel in Premiere: 

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You can even make spanned markers that are longer than a single point of time. If this feature doesn't work for you, I wonder if you're using the wrong type of marker. How are you creating your makers? Using the shortcut "M" I'm making regular "Cue" markers in Audition. Can you open the Markers panel in Audition next to your Track Editor and embed a full UI screenshot?

 

Also, that .pek is a peak file, which contains the waveform information. It isn't necessary, and Premiere will recreate the waveform very quickly when you import. I usually delete these files.

 

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