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Old 05-28-2008, 11:44 PM
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Default So much for two months

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Update: Information on Pro Tools Compatibility for Mac OS X 10.5.3

Over the last several months, we have been working closely with Apple on fine tuning Pro Tools for OS X Leopard 10.5.3. Now that Apple has released version 10.5.3 we can enter the final stages of performance testing and quality assurance before making fully qualified versions of Pro Tools HD, LE and M-Powered software available to our customers.

As a convenience for our customers who may wish to begin their transition to Apple’s latest Leopard release as soon as possible, you can get started with pre-release versions of Pro Tools 7.4.2 that we will make available in the next few days. While the pre-release version of Pro Tools 7.4.2 has passed core internal testing requirements, the process for manufacturing fully qualified Pro Tools software normally takes up to several weeks to complete depending on performance and stability.

Stay tuned here for the latest news and updates on our progress.

Please note, however, that Pro Tools HD® 7.4.1 software is currently fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.1 (Leopard) when running on Apple’s current 8-core Mac Pro computers. For details on Pro Tools HD compatibility with Leopard on the 8-core Mac Pro, please visit the Pro Tools HD 7.4.1 Intel Mac Support page:
www.digidesign.com/support/hd741intelmac

As always, we appreciate your patience and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this delay has caused.

Important — Please be aware that some currently shipping plug-ins and virtual instruments are not compatible with Pro Tools running on Mac OS X Leopard and some require that you update your plug-ins if an update is available. Be sure to review the plug-in compatibility and update information here:
Pro Tools Plug-in Compatibility with Leopard
www.digidesign.com/741plugins
If I'm not using PTLE on Leopard, by June 25, a week before my birthday, I'm buying Logic Pro and abandoning PT. This is beyond preposterous.

Get it the HELL together Digi.
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:36 AM
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Default Re: So much for two months

Sorry but that was a totally stupid email;

Digi needed the release version of OSX 10.5.3 before it could complete its quality testing. As the last beta of OSX was less than a week ago and you cannot be sure that since then there are no new changes that affect PTLE I understand their caution (I was discussing this with Digi at an exhibition yesterday and was told that they are under some type of disclosure so they couldn't actually explain why OSX was causing the problems)

Just move to Logic, you can't be that serious anyway if you can move your studio based on a couple of weeks delay.
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Old 05-29-2008, 09:01 AM
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If I'm not using PTLE on Leopard, by June 25, a week before my birthday, I'm buying Logic Pro and abandoning PT. This is beyond preposterous.

Get it the HELL together Digi.
Hey, man, this is hilarious!
Do you really think you can blackmail them like that?

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Digidesign is pleased to announce the immediate availability of a pre-release version of Pro Tools® software that provides expanded Mac OS X 10.5.3 Leopard compatibility for many Pro Tools users. Pro Tools 7.4.2pr software is provided as a convenience for Mac-based Pro Tools 7.4 users who may wish to begin their transition to Leopard before a fully tested and qualified version of Pro Tools becomes available.

Pro Tools 7.4.2pr software is available as a download only, and requires Mac OS X 10.5.3. Pro Tools 7.4.2pr is not compatible with earlier versions of Leopard.

Pro Tools 7.4.2pr is a free download for all Pro Tools 7.4 owners. You will need your Pro Tools HD 7.4 iLok license, Pro Tools LE 7.4 authorization code, or Pro Tools M-Powered 7.4 iLok license to authorize Pro Tools 7.4.2pr.

Full details can be found here.
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