Welcome to my first post on pro-tools-expert.com. This place needed some Aussie influence and now I’m here :)
OK onto the subject. A couple of weeks ago, there was a comment on the website suggesting that we put up a video helping you learn how to move your Air Strike, Transfuser or other VI content files onto other drives, so you can stay with the file management system you’re using rather than filling up your system drive.
First up I’m going to remind you that all those VI’s come with a pdf in the folder that explains the basics of how to do this, however, there are some things to watch out for that can slow you down to a crawl.
As you’ll see in the video, I’m using Pro Tools 10.3.2. MAKE SURE that you go to the Avid website and double triple check that you’re using the most up to date version of the Content Location File for your version of Pro Tools and VIs.
Scroll down to find the links to the content location file you need. REMEMBER that Structure content location is not set by one of these content location settings files, its set within the preferences of the instrument itself. So stop looking for one :)
Cheers and chat soon! Michael PA