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Old 01-28-2008, 03:13 AM
Willosy Willosy is offline
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Default DigiTranslator - What is it?

Hi Guys,

I just uninstalled 7.3 and installed 7.4 as I got a free upgrade.

When I start Pro Tools not it asks for Authorisation for Digi Translator. Never got asked before. Is a new feature or product? Am I entitled to authorisation for it as part of the core 7.4 software installation??

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Willo
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Old 01-28-2008, 05:14 AM
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Default Re: DigiTranslator - What is it?

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Am I entitled to authorisation for it as part of the core 7.4 software installation??

No.

The DigiTranslator is authorized with a separate purchase or bundled with the DV Toolkit.

The first link will explain it's use.
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