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February 19, 2014 / Randy Coppinger

Nasty ProTools Errors

It’s interesting to know what limits and problems other people are having with the same tools I use. Here’s a collection of responses from Twitter and Facebook when folks were asked what ProTools errors they found especially troubling:

“Pro Tools did not shut down properly. You must restart your computer.” – @grhufnagl
“ProTools has quit unexpectedly…” – Preston Shepard
“that would probably be this one pic.twitter.com/9DNvsBVbG6” – @insomaniac
ProTools error dialog box with no text
ProTools 11 is “a vast improvement in many ways (not video!).” – @JamieMusicNYC
“For no reason PT sometimes just come up with def prefs. Even daily.” – @tamasdragon
“Check this crash bud….It didnt come with an error number….lol… twitpic.com/7t3byf ” – @lobbyshifter
ProTools error with code superimposed on left side of screen

A few weeks ago my colleague @SwiftyMorgan told me about this one: Neo Assertion in [volume name], line 164

An error that has haunted me for years: ProTools Sync: The Short Video Problem

See also- ProTools and H.264 Video, ProTools + H.264 video = Problem, ProTools: Bounce to Quicktime Movie with Full Options, Conflict: ProTools and Spotlight Indexing

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