The Preferences dialog box lets you customize Adobe Audition’s display, editing behavior, use of hard disk space, and other settings.
In the Media & Disk Cache preferences, choose your fastest drive for the Primary Temp folder, and a separate drive for the Secondary Temp folder. Select Save Peak Files to store information about how to display WAV files. (Without peak files, larger WAV files reopen more slowly.)
Unexpected behavior may indicate damaged preferences files. To re-create preferences files, do the following.
Application settings files store all current preferences, effect settings, and workspaces. Export and import these files to store groups of customized settings for specific workflows, or transfer favorite settings to another machine.
To import preferences from Audition 2.0 or 3.0, search your system for the audition_settings.xml file. You can import that file into both the Mac and Windows versions of Audition CS.