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Old 09-13-2021, 04:33 PM
quangaroo quangaroo is offline
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Default How do I stop Video Engine from launching?

Every time I launch a session in PT 2019.5 I get the message: "The Video Engine must be enabled to work with video. Would you like to enable it now?"
I've checked my clip list and there are no videos in it. Video Engine is not enabled in my Playback Engine menu.

A few months ago I was practicing ADR and loaded video into THAT session, but none of the ones I'm currently using have any video at all.

Any clues as to what setting I changed that keeps launching this message?

EDIT: I tried to post a link from Flickr with a screenshot of the error message, but for whatever reason, I couldn't get it to show up in the body of this post.
Mac Pro 5,1 (Mid 2012) | macOS 10.13.6 | 48GB RAM // Pro Tools 2019.5.0 | Digi 003 Rack | Digi 003 Rack+

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