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Old 08-18-2019, 08:05 AM
dscuyamungue dscuyamungue is offline
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Default moving pro tools sessions to an external drive

Greetings~

I've been using Pro Tools for about 6 months now and have been saving our sessions to the internal drive of my 2018 Mac Mini. Now I'm rethinking that decision and want to move the session files to an external SSD drive. How can I do this without losing any of the necessary interconnections between ptx and various support files? I've read that moving the session files can be a tricky thing,,, or at least it used to be tricky.

Thx for your help!
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