April 2018 release of Audition CC (version 11.1.0)
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The April 2018 release of Adobe Audition CC rolls out exciting new features and enhancements. It brings to you, new onboarding video, improved sequence import from Adobe Premiere Pro, UI and performance improvements, and much more. Read on for a quick introduction to these features and links to resources offering more information.

For a summary of features introduced in earlier releases of Adobe Audition CC, see Feature summary | earlier releases.


Improved sequence import from Premiere Pro

New in Audition CC April 2018

You can now import a sequence from a Premiere Pro project directly to Adobe Audition. These sequences which are imported from Premiere Pro, do not require rendering and uses the original media saving time spent on rendering. Some content or clip-routing configurations require rendering. You can select a custom location to save these files. For video streaming through Dynamic Link, Premiere Pro must be installed, but does not need to be running.

Premiere Pro sequence import
Premiere Pro sequence import

For more information, see Import sequence from Premiere Pro.

New track panel

New in Audition CC April 2018

Use the new Track panel to show or hide tracks, or groups of tracks. You can create your own preferred track groups and save them as presets for personalized multitrack editing experience.

New tracks panel
New tracks panel

For more information, see Use track panel.

Consolidated media container

New in Audition CC April 2018

Importing a media file imports the audio and video channels within it as a single consolidated media container. This container is displayed in the Files panel. Use the drop-down option to view all the video and audio channels listed separately.

Media in consolidated container
Media in consolidated container

New on-boarding video

New in Audition CC April 2018

During launch, Adobe Audition now welcomes you with a new onboarding video. The new launch screen guides beginners through different ways of learning the app, from importing a sequence to various possibilities with Adobe Audition.

Dropped support for QuickTime 7 era formats and codecs

Adobe continuously aims to keep up with the most modern workflows and support formats and codecs broadly used across the professional film and video industry. As a result, future versions of Adobe Audition, starting with version 11.1.0, will no longer support legacy QuickTime 7 era formats and codecs. Professional codecs typically found in QuickTime movie files, such as ProRes, DNxHD, and Animation, are not impacted by this change. These codecs are supported natively in Adobe Audition.

For more information, see QuickTime 7 support has ended.

 

User voice community for Adobe Audition

Your inputs are valuable to us and help us shape Adobe Audition. You can now submit feature ideas and report bugs through the User Voice site. Visit https://www.adobe.com/go/audition-uservoice.

User Voice works best when you file a single idea per submission, but feel free to file as many submissions as you’d like!

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