You can send audio from PP to Audition, but it won't happen automatically.
yes I know, so let me say, I have 3 video's in my timeline and export them to a multitrack in audition, but if I add another video in my timeline after that en cut one of the 3 video's. is there a way to export that into the originel multitrack?
R click on a clip or a sequence and select "Edit in Adobe Audition". The audio in your clips or sequence will be replaced by a new clip(s) with "extracted" added to its/their name(s).
Extracting a sequence is a much quicker way than extracting large numbers of separate clips - you can edit each clip's audio separately once you are in Audition.
Note that only that part of the clip which is used in the timeline will be extracted for editing, so you may need to add handles. I sometimes create a new sequence with entire original clips in it when I want to edit the audio of a number of my clips..
Typically you don't do your audio work until after the editing is done, so it wouldn't surprise me if audio tracks added after the fact don't show up in Audition. The trick is probably to follow the standard work flow, and get all the clips you'll be using in the sequence before sending to Audition. (Or, just add them in Audition.)
well jim, I usually edit my clip to the audio and not otherwise.
but thanks for the help guys, I think I just have to deal with it as it is, or edit my audio more in premiere.
Well, Audition can PLAY many Video files, but will not allow any editing of anything but the Audio Stream.
Given your workflow, I would first do all of my Audio editing, place that onto the Sequence, and Lock that. Then, edit the Video.
Of course, for operations, like Multi-Cam, there might be some issues.
I thought about doing that, but it;s way harder to do all the audio first as i use a lot of talking.
I think I just have to play around with and find the easiest way to edit my clips
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I usually edit my clip to the audio
That's fine. Do your editing in PP. Do your sweetening in Audition after you're done editing.