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Old 11-19-2018, 09:20 AM
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Default I wonder why the function of separate (B) is so long in my multiple track sessions.

I wonder why the function of separate (B) is so long (2-3 seconds) in my multiple track sessions. Is this the latest version of Pro Tools (2018 up to date)? It was faster on weaker computers. The other functions are fine ....


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Default Re: I wonder why the function of separate (B) is so long in my multiple track session

Ok, everything is corrected. Erase the database (preferences) and cache.
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Old 11-19-2018, 02:53 PM
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Default Re: I wonder why the function of separate (B) is so long in my multiple track session

I've experienced the same behavior on a single audio track voiceover session when the number of edits pile up. Selecting a miniscule amount and then deleting it takes no time as usual, but separate at cursor takes quite a while. Frustrating to be sure.
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I've experienced the same behavior on a single audio track voiceover session when the number of edits pile up. Selecting a miniscule amount and then deleting it takes no time as usual, but separate at cursor takes quite a while. Frustrating to be sure.

Indeed. I thought my computer was flawed or was unfit. I did not think that erasure of preferences and hiding also acted to solve this curious problem. But I imagine a badly ordered database, where the complex reading of the data in game is too long, which creates this delay. Now all is fine.
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Default Re: I wonder why the function of separate (B) is so long in my multiple track session

I know this is an old thread, but, just in case others have the same issue, have a look here. It solved my lag when separating at cursor. Doing the Preferences and Database Dance didn't help.
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