I'm not sure if this question should be under 'Audition' or 'Premiere Pro', but I'm selecting a large range of audio clips (from a wedding ceremony) and sending to Audition from Premiere (selecting 'Edit in Adobe Audition')
When the clips appear in the files section of Audition I select 'Batch Process', drop them in and make the batch process start. When everything is finished and the files are automatically saved, I head over to Premiere to see if the wav's have updated - but nothing. Everything is exactly the same.
Any help would be great?
I'm not adding any prefix's etc to the filename, and I'm selecting 'overwrite existing files' and 'same location as original files'.
I've tried to reproduce this with Premiere/Audition CS5.5 and CS6, and haven't had any luck. When exporting via Batch Process and overwriting the original files, the clips in Premiere update after a second or so when Premiere is brought into focus. If you open the clips in the Source panel or play them, do you hear the modified audio? I'm wondering if it's simply a waveform refresh issue in Premiere or if Premiere is simply NOT seeing the modified audio at all. What series of steps are you taking to edit a clip from Premiere in Audition? Does this work as expected if you only select a single file?
Sorry for the delay, had a couple of deadlines to meet and ended up doing the hundred-or-so clips one-by-one in audition to get it done.
That's the issue exactly, I go back to Premiere after doing the batch process (and they all auto-save) but Premiere doesn't update the waveform or in fact the audio doesn't show the changes I've just made. The strange thing is that if I do them one by one, then Premiere recognizes the changes and I can get on with it.
The steps I take are: 1) Drop the clip in the timeline, do a bunch of editing (occasionally nesting and multi-cam editing a sequence). 2) Right click and Edit in Audition 3) Open Batch Process in Audition 4) Drag drop all the files just sent to Audition from Premiere, into the Batch Process section 5) Run batch process 6) Go back to Premiere and see if it's updated in the timeline. I wait, and wait, but nothing. Everytime.
I'm thinking it's something simple I've clicked, but have no idea what. Either that or it's some sort of bug issue.
I will be upgrading to CS6 creative cloud soon, hopefully that'll fix it.
If you have any ideas, I'd love to hear them. Otherwise, thanks for trying.
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