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Old 01-15-2007, 10:34 AM
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Default Old versions and duplicate source file names

I am working to restore an older Protools session from an earlier version of Protools TDM created in 2001. In that session there are regions that use different source recordings from different folders, but the source files have the same name (overhead_pair_L.1, overhead_pair_R.1 is used in four folders, for example) rather than unique names. Can anyone point me to information on how best to relink these regions to the correct sources since some will link to the "overhead_pair_L.1" file in folder 1, some to the "overhead_pair_L.1" folder 2, etc.? Thanks in advance for any help offered.

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