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Old 12-31-2000, 02:47 PM
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Default Renaming Disc Files?

It seems once you’ve edited a region, the option to rename the disc file in the rename window is no longer available. Therefore, if you rename a region something simple like “final vocal”, it will still show up in your audio folder as something like “vocal-3-22-00”. Although you can use the “Show Full Pathnames” setting in the region window to note the actual root file name, this makes file management and importing very difficult. Any suggestions?

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