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Old 10-22-2000, 03:36 AM
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Default Exporting/importing audio files between PT le > Logic > PT le ?

Which is the best way to import/export SDII files between PT LE and Logic Audio? I'm doing a project where I have to bring audio files between these two different software. Problem is that you lose original time stamps (=original recording timecode spots) because that information is saved to regions, not to audio files.
Is there any recommendable way to handle imports and exports between these two programs?

OS10.14.6 * pt ultimate 2019.10/eucon19.9x/aja15.22*omni*artist series/pt|control*trash 3.5ghz-6core/32gb/d300 etc
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