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>Could they come when I render and replace audio clips?
That's exactly when they are created.
So I suppose the question should be: what exactly does render and replace do? Why use it?
I tried render and replace out when weird little inexplicable drop-outs in sound appeared in my audio. It seemed to work. (...Then the question might be: why would drop outs in the audio clips appear seemingly out of nowhere?)
At any rate, once I restored the extracted files, the mpeg media encoder rendered without a problem. I guess Ill keep them (but they are adding many extra megabytes to my hard drive.)
>what exactly does render and replace do?
It creates new audio files (render), and replaces the ones on the timeline with the new ones.
>Why use it?
Don't know, never have. (At least not manually. The same process occurs automatically when you do an Edit in Audition or Edit in Soundbooth.)
>they are adding many extra megabytes
Well, an editor should really have hard drives with triple digit GIGAbytes of space, so a few Megabytes won't mean much.