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First of all, file a feature request to restore the Edit in Audition feature from CS2.
Secondly, if you use the correct file associations, you can use Edit Original to open Audition. Not ideal but it does work. The problems is that you have to set the file associations to Audition and later reset them to whatever applications you normally associate AVI, MPEG, WAV, etc. with.
By right clicking and setting the properties in Windows Explorer and not inside Premiere, just to clarify further.
I, too, REALLY want to be able to Edit In Audition straight from Premiere.
And NO, changing the File Association in Windows is NOT acceptable. I listen to .wav's all the time, and I use a tiny program called Media Player Classic to be able to open them in milliseconds with no wait or load time. There is NO WAY I will launch Audition 3.0 every time I want to listen to a WAV.
Can this please be fixed in Premiere 3.1.1?
I repeat: File a feature request. The more people do that, the greater the chance it will be implemented.
> Can this please be fixed in Premiere 3.1.1?
There is no way unless you file a feature request. Like it was mentioned a few post ago,
Soundbooth is just too limited, no track editing, etc. But the workaround for using Audition is a severe hassle. It should be a very simple thing for Adobe to reinstall the functionality, since it was available in CS2, so they could easily drag and drop the code into CS3.
One must ask why they removed it...
By removing it and replacing it with a severely crippled version, it gave them more sales opportunities for a separate Audition. Now, however there is no valid argument why not to put back the previous functionality, even if it were limited to version 3.0. In the last case they may even attract more upgraders from version 2.0 and generating even more $$$.
> it gave them more sales opportunities for a separate Audition.
You always had to buy audition separately, so that is not a valid point. But the question is for the average person out there, how much audio editing do they really do. I know that there are people that do need the extended capabilities of audition, but i am not convinced that the majority of people do.IMHO.
Still i would thing it should be easy enough to give you an option to edit in audition or soundbooth.
Thank You for your support. I already bought audition 3.0 and after doing so I think it will be great by Adobe giving me the opportunity to switch form Audition to Soundbooth like I want to do. So I will file a request.
> You always had to buy audition separately, so that is not a valid point.
Not true, it was part of the Production Studio Premium, which was replaced by CS3 Production Premium. So it
b is a very valid point.
sorry, my mistake. I was thinking separately.