What file formats does Adobe Audition support?

Adobe Audition supports a wide variety of audio file formats, including both uncompressed and compressed formats. Here are some of the most common file formats supported by Adobe Audition:

  1. WAV (Waveform Audio File Format): This is an uncompressed audio format that is widely used in professional audio production. It supports high-quality, high-resolution audio files and is compatible with most digital audio workstations.
  2. AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format): Like WAV, AIFF is an uncompressed audio format that is commonly used in professional audio production.
  3. MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3): This is a compressed audio format that is widely used for online distribution and streaming. It offers good quality audio in a relatively small file size.
  4. AAC (Advanced Audio Coding): This is a compressed audio format that is used for online distribution and streaming, as well as in iTunes and other Apple products.
  5. OGG (Ogg Vorbis): This is a free, open-source compressed audio format that is often used for online distribution and streaming.
  6. FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec): This is a compressed audio format that offers high-quality audio with no loss of data, making it a popular choice for archiving and preserving audio files.

In addition to these formats, Adobe Audition also supports a variety of other file formats, including AC3, AIFC, AMR, CAF, MP2, and many others.

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