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Old 11-14-2002, 07:20 PM
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Default More memory locations?

I am doing a Japanese language dub and I was inputting all of the cues (around 600) as memory locations. All was well until I realised there are only 200 memory locations available. Any way of getting more Digi?? If not, any other ideas for marking 600 cues for easy spotting? Entering timecode locations to navigate, is a little cumbersome in a session..

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Old 11-15-2002, 02:41 PM
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Default Re: More memory locations?

Lame Workaround #43:

Save multiple copies of the session. Put the first 200 memory locations in session 1, the next 200 in session 2, etc.

When you're all finished you can track transfer the tracks from the additional sessions into the first session.

There's no way to get more than 200 memory locations or to import or export them.

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