[This is an excerpt from our recent video training: Learn Adobe Audition CC, which you can download from our store. You can also access all our video training by becoming a subscriber.]
The best way to improve the quality of your picture is to improve the quality of your sound. However, Apple Final Cut Pro X’s audio mixing capabilities are limited. All too often, complex projects need to be moved into more capable audio editing software for final polish and mixing. That’s where Adobe Audition CC comes in.
In this excerpt from our recent Adobe Audition CC video training, Larry Jordan shows how to move a video project from Final Cut Pro X into Adobe Audition CC, then bring the completed audio mix in Audition back into Final Cut for final output.
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One Response to Final Cut Pro X: Send Projects to Audition
Larry, since the file coming back from Audition is a stereo mix audio file, couldn’t we just originally send an .aiff file from Final cut to Audition?