One AUDITION Dialogue Edit Workflow Tip that will save you A LOT of time
When you are editing or processing dialogue, saving time can be of utmost importance, and so mastering the dynamic link between Adobe products becomes important as well. One way I've found to save some time in your edit workflow is to wait until after your project is properly sequenced to process dialogue.
Once the sequence is completed in your timeline, you actually render and replace the FULL audio tracks from your dialogue in Premiere, not just the cuts. This allows you to edit the entire track in Audition. Once completed, you actually replace the raw audio file with the new processed audio file in Premiere. What this does is replaces your audio with the new processed audio RIGHT in your timeline, consistent with your already-done cuts and edits.
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