Pro Tools sessions include audio, fade files, MIDI data, plug-in settings and more. Do you know what files are required in order to backup your sessions and where they are stored? Which session elements are vital and which one’s can be replaced? How does Pro Tools save everything? That’s the subject of this series of videos.
This series is here to help new and entry-level users. If you’re already comfortable managing the various files associated with your Pro Tools sessions this lesson will be a review for you.
Here’s the first video. Enjoy.
Pro Tools File Structure Video 1/5: 4:03
- Pro Tools Session Folder
Correction ~ I noticed that at .27 seconds I should have said “import
a track some audio”. Pro Tools does allow you to import tracks from other sessions but not via the import audio command.