Export a project as an AAF file

AAF (Advanced Authoring Format) is used by other music production applications such as Pro Tools. You can use it to import multiple audio tracks, inclusive of references to tracks, time positions, and volume automation.

Export the current project as an AAF file

  1. Choose File > Export > Project as AAF file (or use the Export Project as AAF File key command).

  2. In the Save AAF File As dialog, choose the following pop-up menu options:

    • Sample Rate: Choose 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, or 96 kHz.

    • Bit Depth: Choose either 16 or 24 bit.

    • File Format: Choose WAVE or AIFF.

    • Dith. Type: Choose a dithering algorithm (see About dithering algorithms).

  3. Choose a location, enter a name for the file, then click Save.

    The export includes all used regions, inclusive of track and position references, and volume automation.