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Old 09-11-2006, 05:39 AM
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Default Problem with Pro Tools 7.0 - Exporting midi files

Hey,

I just updated to Pro Tools 7.0 from 6.9 on a Mac G5. Love the new instrument tracks!

However...

When I try to export midi files in file format 1 (multi track) from midi tracks (or the new instrument tracks) to Sibelius (Version 4) I get a message saying:

'There was a problem opening the MIDI file:MIDI file is corrupt.'

If I export a single track in file format 0 there are no problems.

Go figure.

This wasn't a problem in Pro Tools 6.9.

Is it Perhaps the new file format in PT 7?

Anyone got any bright ideas?

Ta,

Midi.
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