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    I don't even know if this is possible; if I want to edit the audio of my current NLE and I want to have more options I can export the audio file and import that into f.i. Adobe audition. This gives me one big file with all the layered audio merged into one track.

    Is there not a way to export a audio file from Edius but so that it preserves all the different layers so when you import it again in another professional audiosoftware you could manipulate each audio layer separately?

    Might be wishful thinking but you never know. :)

  • #2
    You can try to use AAF and the disable video use Audio only export.
    Export the files to wav and they will be separate for tracks.

    You can also use the wav exporter and export the tracks one at a time. (by disabling the other tracks)
    Steve

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    • #3
      Thanks for your answer.

      Just that I express myself right I included a image below, the top audio track has the different audio files and the track below that is how it looks after it's exported, I want to be able to export out of the NLE and import into a audio program but with the seperate files still looking like in the top audio track.

      Can that be achieved with AAF? If so, where can this export preset be found?

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      • #4
        I sent you a PM. Do you have Edius or Neo?

        AAF is under File>Export

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        • #5
          I'm not a Canopus user "yet", I"m still checking what the possibilities are to have more control over the audio part of Edius before I jump ship. :)
          As you can see from the image I"m still a premiere pro (cs3) user, a friend of mine has edius installed and I will try your suggestion out for sure. Thanks a lot for your tip, I will report back as soon as I know more.

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          • #6
            Yes what you want to achieve can be done with both methods I provided.
            Steve

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            • #7
              You can also export discrete audio channels by mapping the sequence settings to the screen shot (this is for 8 channels). I do not know if this will work correctly when opening in Audition.
              Attached Files

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              • #8
                Or you can export wav files from each channel independently, one at a time. That way you have a second set of audio files that any audio program can use. I prefer this route over the AAF approach for my multicam edits and then do the audio editing in Vegas and Sound Forge. Make a master track and then bring back into Edius. I then have all the audio only files in one folder in sync with the video edit.

                Ron Evans
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                • #9
                  Hi Ron

                  So you do not have any problems using AAF from Edius to Vegas SF....my audio guy cant open the AAF files that I have sent him with Vagas or Sound Forge. are you doing anything special? The AAF's from Edius open fine in PPro CS4 and AE CS4, so I think this may be a Vagas problem...is your Vagas 64 or 32?
                  Thanks and regards.

                  Dave.
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                  • #10
                    AAF opens just fine in Vegas Pro 8 or Pro 9 32bit only for anything coming from Edius.

                    Ron Evans
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                    • #11
                      Thanks Ron

                      I think this must be a Vegas 64bit problem.

                      Regards

                      Dave.
                      Main Editor - Edius 8.53 AdobeCC Mini Monitor 4K Intel X99P SLI Intel Core i7 6800K CPU Gigabyte GTX980 SanDisk Ultra Video SSD 1XINTEL System SSD 16GB Kingston DDR4 2400 RAM VisTitle 2.8 Onboard Sound 10GBE LAN WIN10Pro 64bit

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                      • #12
                        Been quite busy and did not have the time to test but now I have some results, exporting from edius with aaf and importing that back into premiere cs3 worked with no problem, I got all my audio separated and on different tracks and I got a small videopreview as well, that is great!

                        Thanks all for the input, I finally decided to buy Edius pro through the crossgrade offer that is still valid untill end of this month, at that price it is a steal. Especially because a simple upgrade to premiere/encore cs5 will set me back for at least double that amount and I will have to invest in a new pc. With Edius I at least can put some more mileage on my pc.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by noafilm View Post
                          Been quite busy and did not have the time to test but now I have some results, exporting from edius with aaf and importing that back into premiere cs3 worked with no problem, I got all my audio separated and on different tracks and I got a small videopreview as well, that is great!

                          Thanks all for the input, I finally decided to buy Edius pro through the crossgrade offer that is still valid untill end of this month, at that price it is a steal. Especially because a simple upgrade to premiere/encore cs5 will set me back for at least double that amount and I will have to invest in a new pc. With Edius I at least can put some more mileage on my pc.
                          Welcome to the club!

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