In case you didn't notice, my question is WHY. I don't know why Premiere Pro can't do this. From what I understand at the moment, the only way to time-remap audio in any way shape or form using Adobe software is through Adobe After Effects, which my computer has absolutely no chance of running ever. I know how to do regular stretching of audio in both Audition and Premiere Pro, but apparently I can't time-remap audio using either of these programs.
So why can't Adobe Premiere Pro time remap audio along with the video? What's the reason that it can't? It's a massive disappointment and would be very impressive to see accomplished in the future. If it's possible to time remap audio and video together in After Effects, that's great and all, except for the fact that I can't use that program. Why can't it be done in Premiere Pro and will it ever be possible in Premiere Pro?
Also, will time remapping audio become possible in Audition someday?