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>The reason why I turn off the "save extra non audio information" is because some mp3 players interpret the track markers / cues whatever as sound, and a loud pop or glitch sound occurs when passing over the marker.
Somehow, I don't believe this. Not only has it never happened to me, but also, there's a good reason for that. Cue data is appended to the end of a wav file when it's saved, so if you make an MP3 from this, the only crunch you could ever get would be one at the end - not at points throughout the file at all. Okay, you don't particularly want one at the end either, but I have to say that I haven't had any of those anyway - as long as I've used Audition to make the MP3.
Personally, I don't want the system as it is played around with, and I suspect that many others won't, either. The only real restrictions on it are those forced by M$'s OS in terms of file handling, and even they aren't so bad when you get used to it.
In Audition 3 (I can't remember if it was also in AA 2) you can set the Default Save As format to .wav in Preferences/System.
I just looked in AA2 Preferences and I didn't see any "Default Save As Format" under any of the tabs
one more thing to add to the save dialogs to be separated in function is the "Save Selection" I rarely ever need the "Save Extra Non Audio Information" in that Save dialog
but if I turn it off in there and forget to turn it back on before saving the file again all of the track markers disappear from the file which kinda sucks when I've spent close to ½ and hour aligning them to exact locations throughout the file.
here's one way to get pops in every after every track
take a single file with say 10 or so tracks in it
save all the tracks out with "Save Selection" and the "Save Extra Non Audio Information" box checked
play all those files in succession in an mp3 player that pops on non audio, they pop every time
I had a Sony phone that using the hands free set played .mp3 files and I loaded it with tunes
which I promptly had to replace with files that were created with no "extra non audio info" because I got tired of the popping