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PluralEyes (os something that lines up regions by matching waveforms) would really be helpful when conforming audio to video, as there's no auto-conform (that would be nice, too) in PT. Most video editors now have this feature. Really strange that PT doesn't.
When using an external clock, if you open a session that's at a different sample rate than the clock is currently set at you get an error message. If you don't remember what rate the session was at (or don't know) you must open the Session Setup (command-2) to find out what it is. There's lots of room in that header - sure would be a great piece of info. to have up there (after all these years!!)
With all the post-production projects ProTools is used for, I can't understand why, in 2017, there's no built-in auto-conform feature. Seems like an obvious, fairly simple feature the program should have had years ago. Why must we go to a third-party application, or spend hours typing to simply transfer time code numbers from an EDL or OMF? Isn't that the sort of thing computers are supposed to be good at?
It would be really helpful if, when moving all regions in a track, a group of tracks or an entire session to a new location in time using the Apple—H command, if there were a check box in the dialog window that, when checked would move all the playlists for said track(s) the same amount as the surface playlist.
When automating a plug-in that requires a healthy amount of delay compensation, ProTools automation changes occur early in relation to the audio waveform display, by the same number of samples as required by the plug-in for delay compensation. Because the waveform display is not actually moving, I’m guessing the automation changes are occurring at the point of the original audio as opposed to after the processed (delayed) ...more »
A key command that would solo a track being clicked on from the point it was clicked. Perhaps a modifier key (option?) to solo all tracks in a group.