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Old 06-27-2000, 09:50 AM
Nik Nik is offline
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Default Paris files in PT?

Anybody had to work on project started on
Paris and then asked to track/Mix in PT? I am
wanting to find out if there is any cross platform compat. A few Paris project rooms around here and they would like to continue tracking various parts at my placeon PT mix plus system. Any thoughts?

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Old 06-27-2000, 10:27 AM
jeffsech jeffsech is offline
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Default Re: Paris files in PT?

We just finished a project on PT that was originally tracked on Paris. There is a neat little utility that will convert .PAF files into SDII files, but I can't recall what its name is or who makes it. I'll look it up when I get to work. It works on files, not tracks, so you have to be sure you consolidate regions before you export/import. And, take care of start times of your tracks, etc.
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