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Old 11-04-2012, 01:46 PM
Claudiu Claudiu is offline
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Exclamation HELP! PT10 Opening new version session in older version


I'm new to the forum, I just need to know if you can use an earlier version of PT 10 than PT 10.3 to open a session edited in PT 10.3.
For example: Open PT 10.3 session using PT 10.2 or PT 10.0.

I need this information as soon as possible as I need to hand a project in by tomorrow.

Also, what if the Pro Tools 10 softwares are different in terms of HDX / HD TDM?
And what if one is using MAC OS while the other uses Windows as a platform?

Thank you in advance.

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