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Old 05-04-2022, 08:58 AM
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Default Cannot Bounce to Disk because of...

I am getting repeated 'Cannot Bounce to Disk due to Vector' or 'Cannot Bounce to disk due to std:exception' errors.

Quitting Pro Tool and relaunching the session solves this issue.

These happen in multiple rooms across different session and storage mediums (local and SAN).

What causes this and how can I solve this issue?

We are on 10.13.6 and PTU 2020.12.
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