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Old 06-15-2012, 10:39 AM
gguardia gguardia is offline
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Default Force PT10 to make a "Fade Files" folder when saving .ptf?

Is there a way to force PT 10 to create a Fade Files folder when saving a session in PT 7->9 format?

I'm working on PT10 but need to send DVDs of sessions to vendors in the older format. I know it's just a matter of them clicking the "regenerate fades" button on their box but I'm paranoid with our vendors and would prefer to send them a rendered fade files folder and not worry about any hiccups.
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