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Old 12-11-2001, 01:33 AM
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Default "Save Session Copy" MUST copy AIIFF files???

Hi,
Is this the case? I am back-saving a session to PT 5.0 using Save Session Copy. The session has AIFF files and it has checked the "Copy all non SDII audio" for me (can't uncheck), causing a wait of a few hours when the audio is already at the next location. Huh??? Why can't PT 5 (in this case Free) read SDII files??? Or is there something else here?

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