On a large Premiere Pro CS6 project, I got a bit too aggressive on my noise reduction in Audition CS6, when I hear the final output on DVD.
Is there any way in Premiere Pro or Audition to get the sound file to revert to the original rather than the extracted WAV file that Audition creates and overwrites the track in PP with? I would then reprocess with lesser noise reduction.
To go back to my version saved before the sound edit, would mean losing days of later editing work. Thanks for any ideas or help.
It appears I found the answer, and thought I would post it in case someone else runs into the same situation.
As far as I can tell, I can't fix it in Audition, or working with assets on the Timeline, or with the original files in the Project panel, as I had been trying. However, in the Project panel, if I take the rendered files that Audition creates and places there, select, and then Edit > Undo, the rendered file returns to the original state of the source asset, and can the be re-edited from its starting point in Audition.
How exactly does that work?