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Old 09-19-2019, 01:18 PM
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Default Best Method for Windows to Mac Session Move?

So I'm tired of all the problems I get on my pc with PT. I'm moving to my mac with everything. But I am in the middle of a project. What is the best method for transfering a PT session/project from Windows to Mac? I'm hoping not to have to do much reorganizing on the Mac end when I open up the project.

How would you go about this move?
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