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Old 01-01-2013, 10:06 AM
idris idris is offline
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Default Clip gain on clip groups: bug or feature?

I recently upgraded to PT10.3.2 (on HDN) and I think I've lost some functionality on clip gain.

If I groups some clips, and then add clip gain to the group, when I separate the clips, the clip gain is lost.

I'm pretty sure that the last version of PT10 I had didn't do this. So ...
1) Is this supposed to happen?
2) If not, is there a related setting (or setting conflict)? (I can't find anything in the User Guide but that keeps crashing both Acrobat and PT.)
3) Or was it always this way in previous versions?
PT2020.5.0 / HDN / HD Omni / MC Control / Intensity Pro / Catalina / 3.7 Quad core Intel Xeon ES (trashcan) MacPro / 12GB RAM
Over 30yrs experience in pro-audio - mostly for picture.
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