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Old 11-26-2007, 09:16 AM
rmeuchel rmeuchel is offline
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Default convert Pro Tools 6.1 TDM 24MIX from MAC to Windows

I am currently running Pro Tools 6.1 on my 24 MIX (one farm card) system on an older MAC G4 with 433mhz.

I have a newer Windows XP Professional Machine with 3Ghz that I'm considering converting to my studio computer.

If I have been saving all of my MAC Pro Tools sessions with .wav files, can I simply migrate the PCI cards from the MAC to the Windows machine and the sessions will still work?

Or is there more to it? Are there any features that won't work on the PC that worked on the MAC?

Thanks much!!!
Russ - scorch@wideopenwest.com / 586-530-4752
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