This is a too common bug that frequently hassles HD Native users, sometimes making their new systems unusable. ""Audio processing could not complete due to conflicts with other CPU tasks or a potential clocking issue. If this occurs often, verify your sync cables or try changing the HW Buffer Size setting in the Playback Engine dialog. In most cases a larger HW buffer size will prevent the problem. (-9129)" DUC forum ...more »
The Avid Video Engine doesn't work. its not as bad as it was in earlier versions of PT 11, but it still is unacceptable in a professional environment. As a freelancer in NYC I have yet to see a studio running the AVE and video hardware that doesn't have problems. Its been over a year and a half and the best solution to use video is to disable video hardware and run a quicktime window! Constantly getting "waiting for ...more »
When using the pencil tool on an audio clip the clip-gain is destructively rendered multiple time. This makes drawing out clicks impossible. The only work-around is to manually set clip gain to 0dB, pencil, and set the clip-gain to where it used to be.
Should be a high priority fix. Going back to 9 for dialog-editing.
- Install PT 12.8.2 R2 on macOS 10.12.6 - Open a session with a fair number of audio tracks (ex. 20, all with clips), or create a new session and add tracks/clips. - Scroll around the edit window or the mix window. (Horizontal and Vertical) >> Noticeable GUI lag, and some temporary GUI freezes. Unusable interface. Temporary workarounds: - Clean install macOS 10.12.6 and PT 12.8.2 R2 on new SSD >> Not effective, same ...more »
In Pro Tools 10, the use of Clip Gain disables the ability to nudge using any value not in the nudge menu. To reproduce this bug: 1. Manually enter a custom nudge value that isn't one of the values in the menu (say, 22ms). 2. Nudge some stuff (clips, selections, cursor -- anything), and notice that it works as expected. 3. Adjust the clip gain on any clip anywhere in the session. 4. Now nudge some more stuff (it ...more »
ProTools 12.5 is unable to reliably open and play any video. This seems independent of video format (DNxHD, h.264, ProRres) Rolling back to 12.4 and there are no such problems. Seems many others are having similar problems.
on HDX there is an error that occurs occasionally where a very noticeable delay randomly appears on record enabled tracks when recording or even when transport is not running. It seems to be ADC related and was not present on older HD systems. As this issue appears both on ProTools HD 10 and 11, it seems to be hardware (firmware) related. There have been various reports of what may be the cause, including certain (non-DSP) ...more »
1) Create a Click Track
2) Create an Instrument Track with a VI
3) Create an audio track with a plugin with long latency
4) Record some MIDI alongside the click
Note the delayed MIDI
just installed 12.6.1 on MacOS El Capitan 10.11.6, upgraded from 12.5.2. Full Screen mode no longer works. I click the green button, and it just (vaguely) Maximizes the window, instead of entering Full Screen. This makes Pro Tools break the standard of MacOS since at least Mountain Lion, and is a severe hindrance to usability on small screens like a laptop. The standard for MacOS is that clicking the green button enters ...more »
Avid, actually fix this huge problem and stop pretending that you have.
The CPU utilization jumps to 100% for no reason, even without any tracks recorded. Please fix this. The problem happens on my system with an i9-7900X processor with 64GB RAM. This system is far more powerful than 99% of all PCs out there, yet Pro Tools will spike the CPU to 100% when low-latency is utilized. This is unacceptable. I have used Pro Tools for decades, but this is not being fixed and it is becoming ...more »