Adobe Audition exports multitrack sessions directly to Adobe Media Encoder for a fully linear post-production workflow. Use format presets and audio channel customization without having to render or wrangle various mixdown files.
In the Edit in Audition dialog box, select the Entire Sequence and send the video through Dynamic Link. This creates a new multitrack session and loads it into Audition.
Once you’re done editing, mixing, and mastering your session in Audition, select File > Export > Export with Adobe Media Encoder.
Select your destination format and preset, which might include rewrapping your video to prevent re-encoding the video stream.
Click Change to customize how final audio channels are assigned to the video file.
For instance, if you’re exporting to an MXF file that supports eight audio channels, you could easily assign the complete mixdown to channels 1 and 2 while assigning the dialogue, music, and sound effects buses to channels 3–8. Because you can use the final video container as an archival and broadcast format, it’s easy to change or swap elements in the future.
Click OK to start the render process. The project will be added to the Render Queue in Media Encoder and rendering will commence automatically in the background once the project files are prepared.
Projects sent from Audition show the Audition logo icon in the queue so that you can quickly identify which projects are complete and ready for broadcast.
Contributor: Tom Buch