View Single Post
  #4  
Old 12-14-2005, 02:34 PM
crizdee's Avatar
crizdee crizdee is offline
Moderator
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Brighton, UK
Posts: 10,572
Default Re: Sudden problem (-50) error; can\'t save

Quote:
I have just had the same thing happen to me. I can see the file in the audio files folder but when I try to import it, PT says "aif1.01 is unreadable by pro tools"
When I finished my recording I got an (-50) error; can't save message.
I had changed the folder during the recording process. Also when I Apple key I (info) the file It says that it's 335 megs.

Does anybody have a work around in mind?
You need to look at either "save session data as" to create a new session (and include all audio) or open a new session and use "import session data"

Moral of this session is, don't changed folder/names/detaisl during a session!!!

Also trash Digi databases on all volumes to refresh them all.

Chris
__________________
PT MAC Troubleshooting... http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=54888

Producer, Engineer,
UKmastering Mixing & Mastering
Blinders_Columbia top 40 UK album charts
Slow Readers Club Joy Of The Return #9 UK album charts

www.ukmastering.com


PT10.3.10 Mountain Lion HD6 accel Magma PE6R4 D Command 32 MacPro 12 Core 3.46ghz UAD-2 Octo x2. Manley Vari-Mu, Manley Massive Passive, SSL VHD, ADL600, Grove Tubes ViPre, Tube-Tech CL-1B. Hafler TRM active monitoring.
Reply With Quote