(This is a bug report which I prevoiusly posted in S3 bugs by mistake. Since posting this I've also tried relocating ProTools to the desktop and disabling my firewalls based on comments in other forums, to no effect) 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate, Intel core i7-6700K CPU 4.00 GHz, 16 GB RAM, running ProTools 12.5.2 In collaboration tools, both the "invite another user" and "artist chat" buttons create a blank popup window ...more »
64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate, Intel core i7-6700K CPU 4.00 GHz, 16 GB RAM, running ProTools 12.5.2 In collaboration tools, both the invite another user and artist chat buttons create a blank popup window that never populates (waited up to 20 minutes). No error message. I can close the window and carry on editing. None of the buttons in the track collaboration function appear to do anything at all, whether in the universal ...more »
The cloud collaboration feature for Projects should include an option to store and collaborate on unlimited Projects using a single account.
Limiting an account to 5 or 10 projects makes the feature hard to use for users who sometimes juggle 20 Projects at a time.
Working as a Project when the need arises and as a Session by default isn't sustainable when managing high volume work flows.
The biggest hurdle in using cloud collaboration is the inability to version projects. This greatly hinders our ability to work backwards when needed.
For what it's worth, I have not had one session in the last 15 years that I did not need to work backwards.
It would be quite useful for multi-room facilities to be able to use the collaboration features in 12.5 independent of the avid cloud over a LAN.