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Old 08-05-2019, 07:47 AM
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Default Elastic audio not committing

Hi all,

this has happened several times in the last month. have a tick based track which i've edited in elastic audio, I'd like to commit the changes, so I turn off EA and PT asks me if I want to commit or abandon the changes. I choose commit, but then I get a bunch of regions that look like the have no audio and produce no sound when played back (they look light blue like when PT can't find the audio file.)

Any ideas? I've already trashed my prefs.

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