The 2015 releases of Adobe Audition CC include advanced features that enhance your audio quality and overall efficiency of editing audio. Use the Essential Sound panel to make common adjustments to obtain professional-quality results even if you are not a professional audio editor and send projects directly to Adobe Media Encoder without going back to Premiere Pro.
With shorter turnaround times and shrinking budgets, many video editors mix their audio without engaging a professional audio engineer. This release of Adobe Audition empowers video editors with limited audio experience to easily handle mixing techniques for their projects.
The Essential Sound panel gives you a complete toolset to mix your audio for achieving professional-quality output. The panel provides simple controls to unify volume levels, repair sound, improve clarity, and add special effects that help your video projects sound like a professional audio engineer has mixed them. You can save the applied adjustments as presets for re-use and they reflect in the full Audition toolset, making them handy for more audio refinements.
For more information, see Editing, repairing, and improving audio using Essential Sound panel.
Audition can now export your edited audio directly to Adobe Media Encoder for a fully linear post-production workflow, using format presets and audio channel customization without rendering or wrangling various mixdown files.
To export, just select your destination format and preset, which might include re-wrapping your video for many formats to prevent re-encoding the video stream, and add to the render queue. You can even customize how your final audio channels are assigned to your video file.
Your project will start rendering automatically in the background when the project files are prepared. Projects that you had edited using Audition wear the Audition logo, making it easy to identify which projects are complete and ready for use. You can get back to work in Audition or Premiere on your next project while Adobe Media Encoder renders the files in the background.
For more information, see Save and export files in Adobe Audition.
Create remixes of music files from a collection. For example, you can take a song that has a longer duration and create a shorter version that still sounds like the original. You can recompose any piece of music in your collection to fit the video or project duration.
For more information, see Creating remix.
Type or paste text, and generate a realistic voice-over or narration track. Use this tool to create synthesized voices for videos, games, and audio productions.
For more information, see Generate text-to-speech.
Match loudness in audio clips, and apply correction to support various loudness standards and true peak limiting. The Match Loudness panel replaces the old Match Volume panel.
For more information, see Match loudness.
You can use Common Extensibility Platform (CEP) extensions and build integrated panels in Adobe desktop applications.
For more information, see CEP extensions.