Custom audio effects

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Editing audio with Camtasia takes more time than it could.

e.g. Fade Out. Now default pattern is this 


Which I have to modify each time to get what I need


It would be VERY time saving if I could define audio effect's pattern as I need.
 
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Razmik Badalyan

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Studio 360 VR

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Here is my workflow.  I edit the entire video in camtasia, export audio only, edit the audio in Adobe Audition and bring it back into camtasia and replace the current audio.  You can do so much more in Adobe Audition.
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Razmik Badalyan

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I've tried that way. It still takes more time, because there is no option to export markers from Camtasia to  Audacity, what I'm using.
I'm doing dubbing. When synchronizing  voice over with original video I mark clicks and other audio issue to get back to them. This way I don't have to listen to audio all over again.
Anyway, thanks for suggestion 
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kayakman, Champion

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re doing dubbing ...

why not use Camtasia's Voice Narration?
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Razmik Badalyan

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Not an effective option for the kind of dubbing I'm doing
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kayakman, Champion

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curious ... why not?
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Razmik Badalyan

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Camtasia's Voice Narration wont prevent voice clicking, cracking, breath sounds etc. 
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Hi Razmik,

Audio is admittedly one of our major weak points right now. However, the good news is that we realize this and plan on investing heavily into improvements to the audio functionality of Camtasia. Hopefully you and others won't feel like you have to leave Camtasia to make your audio sound professional in the future!