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Old 02-14-2019, 01:00 AM
whiz whiz is offline
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Default Using Nitris DX


We are new to Protools at our company. We have a lot of Media Composer, Nexis etc. for editing, but now we want to make a Pro Tools suite.

Our problem is that we cannot get Pro Tools to see the attached Nitris DX box. As far as I have read it should be possible to use it for video and audio I/O. But in Playback Engine we only have these to chose between:

Input: None!

Output: Speakers (3- High Definition Audio Device) <- listed twice though.

Its a clean new install of Windows 10 where we installed Media Composer 2018.12.1 and Pro Tools 2018.12.0

We also installed the Nitris DX driver from the MC Utilities folder.

What am I missing? -it might be something basic as I'm new to Pro Tools.

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