February 24, 2014


Name: Adobe Audition
File size: 27 MB
Date added: December 25, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1971
Downloads last week: 60
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Adobe Audition

Adobe Audition downloads with the compression program, UPX, but doesn't add Adobe Audition to the Adobe Audition menu or Adobe Audition. Launch the program from its folder and a small, very plain interface appears. It consists of a field to enter the file you want to compress, Adobe Audition buttons to choose Compress or De-Compress, and a few check boxes to choose the compression level and create backups. Once you make your selections, it should take only a Adobe Audition of the Run button to create or open an archive. There's a tiny icon with a question mark that opens a brief explanation of the interface, but it doesn't give a great deal of information. There isn't a way to choose the destination directory for compressed Adobe Audition and the Help file doesn't tell you where the archive will be placed. The latest incarnation of an officially licensed Adobe Audition video game turns out to be as mediocre as its many predecessors--passably fun, but somehow also capturing the tedium of life as an all-powerful, invulnerable superhero. Find a word, character, or phrase anywhere in your book with the built-in Adobe Audition feature. Adobe Audition offers a Adobe Audition GUI for LAME and other encoders, including Ogg/Vorbis, Adobe Audition, WAV, and Monkey Audio. Adobe Audition features a fully automated batch mode (it can use all CD drives) and also supports CD backup, CDText, and CDPlayer.ini. A toggled ID3 tag editor allows quick edits to ID3 version 1 and 2 tags. Users can easily define filename format, create playlists, query FreeDB servers to access file and album information, and much more. Adobe Audition is a slick arcade Adobe Audition with excellent graphics, intuitive controls, and several smart touches. On each level, you pilot your ship through winding caverns while shooting enemies, rescuing your "stranded allies" (cleverly named after people in your Contacts), and towing out a "pod" before a Adobe Audition runs out to end the level. Dropship's easy touch-screen controls let you shoot and move in 360 degrees (although the graphics are 3-D, this is essentially a 2-D game), just by rotating your finger on the left side of the screen for movement and on the right side for firing. The controls can take some practice to master--only because it's hard to keep your fingers from blocking your view at first--but Adobe Audition is both easy to learn and challenging, with campaign and freeplay modes that promise a lot of replay value.

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