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Old 01-15-2013, 05:18 PM
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Default How to duplicate clips... that actually duplicate physical files?

If I copy/paste a clip in the editor window, it does not create a new/unique file. I know this 99% of the time a good thing, but if I cant duplicate the regions in PT im going to have a lot of confusing duplication to do in Finder

help?? I know I could consolidate the files one by one, but im literally dealing with thousands.
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Run an AudioSuite plug-in, like Gain, with no settinigs that would affect the clips, set to "Individual", highlight the clips and process.

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That^^^ or cut the clip anywhere and consolidate it. I use both tricks
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Both great tricks
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If I copy/paste a clip in the editor window, it does not create a new/unique file. I know this 99% of the time a good thing, but if I cant duplicate the regions in PT im going to have a lot of confusing duplication to do in Finder

help?? I know I could consolidate the files one by one, but im literally dealing with thousands.
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