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Old 08-10-2011, 08:10 AM
Mubeau Mubeau is offline
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Default July 1st and 4th - US Holiday...

Thank you! the latest news :)

seriously:
any idea why I have an error opening a *mov in Protools 8.1.1 saying that
this file needs additional 3585 GIGABYTES (????) on my harddrive...
Strange....
I received a file from the same editor (FCP) in this series and it was OK.
Anyone knows this???

Cheers!
Martin

PS: please 64bit, reverb One/revibe as RTAS!!


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Old 08-11-2011, 11:32 AM
Sonny Keyes Sonny Keyes is offline
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Default Re: July 1st and 4th - US Holiday...

Sounds like a bit is wrong in the header and it thinks it needs all that space for the .mov file. I would open it in QT Pro and resave with a different filename, then try to import the new file into PT instead.
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