How to Export Video and Audio from Adobe Audition

Adobe Audition is a powerful audio editing software that can also be used to edit and export video. Here’s how to export video and audio from Adobe Audition:

  1. Import Video File: Open Adobe Audition and import the video file you want to export. To do this, go to File > Import > Media and select the video file from your computer.
  2. Create Multitrack Session: Audition will automatically create a multitrack session with the video imported as a video track and an audio track for the embedded audio.
  3. Edit Audio: If you need to edit the audio in the video, you can do so using the tools in the Multitrack Editor. For example, you can trim, cut, and paste the audio, as well as add effects to it.
  4. Export Video and Audio: To export the video and audio, go to File > Export > Export with Adobe Media Encoder.
  5. Choose Export Format: In the Export with Adobe Media Encoder dialog box, select the desired export format from the Format drop-down menu. Common formats for video and audio include MP4, WMV, and AVI.
  6. Specify Export Settings: Click the Format Settings button to customize the export settings for the selected format. This includes options for video resolution, frame rate, and audio bitrate.
  7. Specify Output Location: Specify the desired output location for the exported file by clicking the Browse button and selecting a location on your computer.
  8. Initiate Export: Click the Start Queue button to start the export process. Adobe Media Encoder will launch and begin encoding the video and audio.
  9. Monitor Export Progress: You can monitor the export progress in the Adobe Media Encoder queue window. The export will complete once the progress bar reaches 100%.
  10. Locate Exported File: Once the export is complete, you can find the exported file in the specified output location.

Here’s a summary of the export process:

  1. Import video file
  2. Create multitrack session
  3. Edit audio (if needed)
  4. Export video and audio
  5. Choose export format
  6. Specify export settings
  7. Specify output location
  8. Initiate export
  9. Monitor export progress
  10. Locate exported file

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