Recently, I had some issues with my laptop so I had to format the hard drive. Before I did this, the ability to send sequences from Premiere to Audition for audio editing worked flawlessly, for me. Now, when I click "Edit in Adobe Audition", everything seems to go through the process as per normal, Audition opens, but nothing actually shows up in terms of the project/sequence.
I am currently running the following:
The only factor I can think of that is different now and before the format is that I now have Catalina. Has anyone else experienced this with Catalina and this functionality? Is there something I'm missing?
You might need to go to the Adobe 'documents' folder and rename either/both the Premiere and Audtion folders, then reboot. For many users with Catalina, that's been useful.
Roughly users/username/documents/Adobe/Audition/12.0 for Audtion, find the Premiere 13.0 folder in the Premiere folder.
Rename both adding "Old" before the rest of the name. Relaunch and see if that helps.
Thanks for the reply. Gave that a try but sadly, no luck.
Are both apps up to date? My Audition shows 22.214.171.124 as most current.
Yes, sorry. Mine is saying 126.96.36.199 as well. And Premiere is 13.1.5 (Build 47).
A little update on what I've tried:
1) Installed older versions of Audition - no dice. Guessing I can't install older versions of Premiere as my project probably won't open in it.
2) Tried opening the Premiere Pro sequence directly in Audition. Opened fine that way, but using the export to Premiere option didn't work either. So, Audition and Premeire aren't able to transfer between each other. I just had to make the edits, then export each track as separate files and import them into Premiere that way. Work-around for now.
3) On another note, Premeire and After Effects dynamic linking works perfectly.
I have the same problem with Pr14.0 and Au13.0 - new mac running Catalina.
What should we do Adobe? Seems there's an issue with CC and Catalina.
I have the exact same problem. Has anybody been able to find a solution yet?
I was under the imrpession it's the "DynamicLinkMediaServer" folder that needs to be renamed.
This below will take you right there if you paste it into File Explorer.
rename this folder in the above: DynamicLinkMediaServer
I believe macs have a similar documents folder.
So I just went through Adobe Customer Care with this same issue. They said it's a known issue between Premiere and Audition and they're trying to get it fixed for the next update.
In the meantime there's a workaround. When you tell Premiere to send to Audition, tell Audition to create a new file directory on your desktop or probably anywhere in your internal drive (I just used my desktop). There it should work. I haven't tried sending back to Premiere yet, but I was able to get my Premiere project to open in Audition.
Thanks for the info! I recently switched over to PC for editing and haven't had the issue anymore. Hopefully it gets fully resolved soon though as it seems every time we get new versions of the software, there are just new issues. I think Adobe needs to focus on actually finishing the current versions of the software rather than adding new features. I feel like every release is just a beta. The final product should be awesome. 😕
So, tell me about all the new features in this 14.x series they shouldn't have added?
Let's see ... that would be, oh yea ... auto-reframe ... as about the only new feature.
As they've announced elsewhere, this entire series *is* focused on performance issues as far as the development team is concerned. At Adobe MAX, the new-ish supervisor for performance said the issue they are facing is they do recognize they have a ton of things to fix, some going back years.
So we are all hoping they get a lot more things sorted.
How do you do that?
What exactly is happening, and which versions in number-dot-number of Premiere and Audition are you using? I'm on Pr 14.0.1(71) and Au 188.8.131.52 on Win10.
When I send clip to Audition, a dialog pops up for a moment then it goes to Audition.
When I edit Sequence in Audition, a dialog pops up and has me name the Audition session, then in a few moments Audition opens.
What behavior exactly are you getting with each type of link to Audition ... and again, which versions of both programs?
I can't seem to find a solution for this anywhere. Can anybody help?
Please double check to make sure you are running the most current versions. If you can verify them from the Help menu (WIN) or the Premiere Pro menu (Mac), that would be great!