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(@gwhatley)

Pro Tools features

Import Session Data: Track Names as an option when Matching Tracks

For film and TV: If I send a session from a template to an editor (or several), who does some work and changes track names to something helpfully descriptive (Cars 1-4, Rain 1-8, etc.), I'd like to be able to match tracks back into my master session, and include their changed track names as well as the clips.

As it currently works, matching tracks and importing gives you of course plenty of options, but updating the... more »

Pro Tools features

Change the Color of Break Points in the Meters

You can adjust the color break point of your meters, but you can't adjust the colors themselves. It's forced by default as:

 

Dark Green

Light Green

Yellow

(Red for Clip)

 

I would like to set the color theme of the signal in the meter so it matches my Mixing Desk to:

 

Dark Green

Dark Yellow

Dark Red

(Bright Red for Clip)

 

Allow the user to set their own colors for meters please.

(@stefanrichter123)

Pro Tools features

Import Session Data "Match Tracks"- option to match based on waveforms instead of track names

It is my understanding that the match tracks function currently only looks at track names (correct me if I'm wrong).

There are times when tracks get renamed in a newer version of the session, but the waveforms stay the same. The match tracks function no longer works in cases like this.

This is very common, especially when creating a BWAV ADM from a .atmos file. When you create a PT session from a BWAV ADM, it gives... more »
(@damiankearns)

Pro Tools bugs

Match Tracks issue on import of 23.976 OMF's from FCP 7

In a nutshell: OMF's originating as 23.976 from Final Cut Pro 7 are seen in Pro Tools' Import Session Data window as 24 frame metadata. Importing a single OMF into a Pro Tools session that is set to 23.976 seems to work just fine. BUT! if the OMF comes in 2 contiguous parts and the Match Tracks feature is employed in the Import Session Data window in overlay mode, the second part of the timeline (the new material) does... more »