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Old 04-10-2019, 06:49 AM
JingleDjango JingleDjango is offline
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Default PT 2018.12 Crashes When Attempting Bounce to Disk

As of this morning, every time I try to 'Bounce to Disk' on certain sessions, PT crashes out. I can't think of anything that's changed about my system that would cause this.

-These are mix sessions that were begun at home on a PT2018.12 Standard system. No issues with BTD then.
-I brought them to the studio to finish the mix. PT2018.12 HD Native system there.
-I have them back at the home studio and I want to bounce a mix revision but PT keeps crashing out when I select Bounce to Disk. The bounce dialog doesn't even make it on-screen before the crash report dialog.

Any suggestions? I've tried a system reboot and trashing the preferences.
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