I have a 45-min doc in Premiere that is ready for audio post (HD sequence, 16 audio tracks, stereo), and have been trying for a couple days to use the "Edit in Audition" dynamic link.
After Premiere processes it and Audition attempts to import it, most of the time I get a "General session error". Occasionally I get "unknown plug-in error". I've tried every iteration of settings in the "edit in audition" options, no improvement.
I've had occasional success sending a small portion of the timeline to Audition, between 1-3 mins long. But even then, it hasn't been consistent. Sometimes it works, sometimes I get one of those 2 import error messages.
In the Premiere timeline some multi-cam / nested sequence audio is used for interviews - inherently problematic in the workflow (sounds like I may have to manually un-nest each one of them... ?) . BUT I don't think it's causing the export/import issues - because even when I send a small portion of the timeline that doesn't include any of these nested clips, Audition gives me one or the other of those error messages.
Is anyone having success with the dynamic link to Audition on longer-form or more complex projects?
Any suggestions for how I can narrow down what is causing this issue? Or is it time to export AAFs and brush up on my PTs skills again...
i7-8700k 3.7ghz, 48gb, Windows 10 Home v1803, Premiere 13.1.3, Audition 22.214.171.124
You can export an OMF from Premiere and import that into Audition. See if that works.
If you want to debug this, I’d try duplicating your sequence. Try deleting all audio plugins from the dupe sequence (Select all audio clips, then use Remove Attributes). Flattening the multicam clips might be useful, too.