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Old April 10th, 2010, 08:15 AM   #1
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Exporting from CS3 to audition for Sound Design

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I've just finished a short film editing in premiere CS3. Aiming to create a good soundmix. Ideally i want to export the audio as somesort of OMF type media (it seems CS3 doesn't do OMF's but CS4 does but i reverted to CS3 becuase of the buggy issues with CS4) with all of the clips on different tracks and the video, so i can sync it up in adobe audition and get on with the mixdown.

Am I talking rubbish or is there a way to do this. any help really appreciated



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Old April 10th, 2010, 11:21 AM   #2
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Render two mono (or stereo) tracks at a time over the entire timeline starting at the head. Then import each file per track in Audition starting at the head. Make a reference audio mix in Premiere put that on a track to check absolute sync. If 'Audition' can open and playback an A/V file use that.
Ive done this when editors are 'unable' to provide an OMF. Usually there's no more than eight (mono/stereo) tracks to import, and sync is not an issue as long as each rendered track/file starts at 00:00:00:00 on the timeline
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