How to use Revoice Pro 3 with Adobe Audition CC
Importing Audio to Revoice Pro 3 from Adobe Audition
1) First, run Revoice Pro.
2) In Adobe Audition, perfom a scan for plug-ins. To do this choose Effects->Audio Plug-in Manager and click the button 'Scan for Plug-ins'. You should see something similar to the image below.
3) Next you need to add the plug-in RevoiceProLink as a VST3 effect to the tracks that contain the audio that you want to transfer to Revoice Pro 3. In the example below we are using two tracks, named Guide and Dub.
4)The image below shows you how the RevoicePro Link plug-ins appear in Audition.
5) In each plug-in's window, use the drop-down menu (button) to choose the name of the destination track in Revoice Pro. In this example we have chosen to send the track "Dub" in Audition to track "RVP Dub" in Revoice Pro and the track "Guide" in Audition to the track "RVP Guide" in Revoice Pro.
6) Click on the Capture Enable switch under the label "Capture" to make it turn ON (shown in green below).
7) In Audition line up the playhead to the start of the audio you wish to transfer and start the playback. All the tracks that have been enabled for capture will begin transferring audio to Revoice Pro.
8) During playback, an indicator in the plug-in will display the current duration of the audio captured.
9) When Audition has played the audio to be captured, stop the playback. The captured audio will appear in the selected tracks in Revoice Pro.
Exporting Audio From Revoice Pro 3 to Adobe Audition
1) In Revoice Pro select the processed audio.
2) Hold down the SHIFT and ALT (Mac) / SHIFT and Ctrl (Windows) keys on the keyboard. (Do not press the mouse first or you might move the waveform.)
3) LEFT CLICK on the processed waveform and keep holding down the LEFT mouse key. The white (.wav) document symbol should appear next to the cursor.
4) You should now release the keyboard keys (for compatibility with some DAWs).
5) Keeping the LEFT mouse button held down, drag the document icon into a track in your DAW. Release the LEFT mouse button.
6) The waveform will go to a position near where you "dropped" it, but not necessarily to the correct start timecode. If that's the case, the next step will move it to the correct start timecode.
7) Use Adobe Audition to "Spot", or equivalent function (??) to snap the dragged audio to the correct embedded timecode. See below...
Unlike most other audio editors, Audition seems not to be able to move an audio clip to its embedded timecode once it has been added (or dragged) to a track. If you know a way of doing this efficiently please let us know.
It is however possible to import the processed audio at the correct timecode:
1) Follow steps 1 to 4 above.
2) Drag the processed file from Revoice Pro to a folder of your choice (e.g. the Desktop).
3) In Audition select the destination track.
4) Use Adobe Audition's Import function (choose File->Import->File) to import Revoice Pro's processed audio from the folder that you used in step 2) above.
5) This will add the file at the correct timecode as long as you have enabled the option "Use embedded timecode when inserting clips into Multitrack". See the Multitrack Clips section of Audition's preferences.