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At the moment Pro Tools uses absolute file reference for relinking. By that I mean, if you have a project on a drive: 'WORK' then when you move it to a different system it will always look for that exact drive.
This means that every single time you move a project to an external drive and to a new system drive it, by default, loses all links and you have to spend time re-linking. Not conducive to a fast workflow.
If an audio file in a Pro Tools session is renamed externally (i.e. using Windows explorer, or Finder) Pro Tools can be forced to link to the renamed file using the 'Find by File ID' option on reopening the session. Although this is fine for the short term, it presents a bit of problem. When the 'Find by File ID' option is used the parent name of the audio file updates, as it should, however the clip name of the audio...