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Old 11-06-2018, 12:47 PM
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Default "Save Copy In" constantly crashes before completing

Hey everyone,

I have three or four sessions on the go at the moment, and I am struggling to "save copy in" with any of them. I have tried multiple locations, multiple hard drives, etc and every single time Pro Tools crashes right near the end of the progress bar.

Any thoughts?

I am running 10.13.6 with 2018.7 Ultimate.
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