Adobe Audition Noise Print File
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What is an FFT file?
An FFT file is an audio filter used by Adobe Audition, an audio production application. It saves settings that limit audio frequencies so that certain portions of the waveform can be isolated or pronounced, including the sample type and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) information. The FFT format is helpful for audio engineers since it allows them to fine-tune the sound of audio data.
Adobe Audition is a digital audio workstation (DAW) for producing professional audio productions, such as song tracks, podcasts, and video audio. It has various tools for creating, mixing, designing, and restoring audio with an advanced toolset. For example, one of the tools is the ability to reduce background and broadband noise on a track.
To apply the noise reduction effect:
- Choose a range containing only noise (and at least a half second long) in the Waveform Editor
- Select Effects → Noise Reduction / Restoration → Capture Noise Print
- Choose the range you want to remove the noise from in the Editor panel
- Select Effects → Noise Reduction / Restoration → Noise Reduction (process)
In the "Effect - Noise Reduction" window, you can choose Capture Noise Print, which saves a noise profile from the selected range so Audition can remove similar noise from the rest of the waveform. You can also save the noise print as an FFT file. To save a selected noise print as an FFT file, click the Save the current noise print option (save-to-disk icon) next to the Capture Noise Print option.
How to open an FFT file
You can only open an FFT file with Adobe Audition (multiplatform). To open an FFT file, select Effects → Noise Reduction / Restoration → Noise Reduction (process), then click the Load a noise print from disk option (folder icon) near the Capture Noise Print option.
Programs that open FFT files
Final Form Text File
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Final Form Text (FFT) document format created by IBM to format text that cannot be modified; includes document text as well as graphics data; used to fix the layout of document pages, headers, footers, and text.
FFT files were commonly created by DisplayWrite, a once-popular IBM program used for word processing.