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    Adobe Audition integration

    Does anyone know if Adobe's Audition program will work with the Tricaster in a similar manner as After Effects and Premiere Pro? I'm interested to know if an audio bed can be played out of the Audition timeline via the NDI integration like the other two programs.

    Jim

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    You could use NDI Scan Converter, to grab the sound card output and direct to into the TriCaster (or use VB-Cable as a virtual sound card out of Audition into NDI Scan Converter).
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    Are the NDI tools for Adobe CC supposed to bring audio too or just the video from AE or PR?

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    The plug-in can bring audio from Premiere. Audition doesn't support this plug-in, but since it is possible to get the audio from the sound card interface, NDI Tools (Scan Converter) can interface using that method.
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    I was able to get Scan Converter to bring in the audio from Premiere but wasn't able to get it directly from Premiere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmcnally View Post
    I was able to get Scan Converter to bring in the audio from Premiere but wasn't able to get it directly from Premiere.
    If you are using the NDI plug-in, you have to make select NDI as the audio output device in Premiere's playback settings. Premiere only allows one audio playback device, so when you send it to NDI, you will no longer hear it from the computer sound card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kanep View Post
    If you are using the NDI plug-in, you have to make select NDI as the audio output device in Premiere's playback settings. Premiere only allows one audio playback device, so when you send it to NDI, you will no longer hear it from the computer sound card.
    Thanks for your insight Kane!

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