In this free video tutorial from Paul Maunder, we take a look at 6 things which you should consider when moving Pro Tools sessions from one system to another.
- Audio Files Location
- Plug-in Availability
- Moving Sessions Between HD and Non HD Pro Tools Systems
- Pro Tools Version
- Hardware Inserts
- Session RAM Usage
In order to avoid issues, it's important to take into account the version of Pro Tools you're moving from and to, plug-in availability, the location of your audio files and a number of other factors, including whether the destination system is running Pro Tools HD or standard Pro Tools software.