Understanding the new audio for video features in Pro Tools 9


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Understanding the new audio for video features in Pro Tools 9

The move from Pro Tools 8 to Pro Tools 9 is huge for all users, involving major revisions to not only the software, but the hardware requirements as well. In this video, we'll go over, point by point, the most relevant new software features in Pro Tools 9 that will specifically impact working on audio for video. First, let's talk about the global software changes that affect everyone using Pro Tools. Pro Tools 9 is now one big installer, no matter what version of Pro Tools hardware you're running. There used to be a discrepancy between LE and HD versions of the software. Not anymore.

Pro Tools HD and LE are now merged into a singular software package. No specific hardware is needed. When you're working on a system containing an HD core, Excel, or Native Card in a PCI slot on your computer, the software will run as Pro Tools HD 9, with the full Pro Tools HD feature set. In all other cases, it will run as simply Pro Tools 9, with a slightly smaller track count and some of the ...

Understanding the new audio for video features in Pro Tools 9
Video duration: 5m 17s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Understanding the new audio for video features in Pro Tools 9 provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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