Trasher was created to assist Windows Pro Tools users in a variety of functions. To speed up the process of deleting Dae and Pro Tools prefs, along with the databases for purposes of troubleshooting were the original. More features have been added over time to help with or speed up other processes. Functions like opening Plugin Folders to move plugins or backing up Plugin Settings to move to other computers and drives, as well as backing up and restoring other functions which are common place procedures.
Today Avid released Pro Tools 12.5.2 - An update release that's somewhat minimal for most users but a good sign that even small changes can roll out oficially and are not held back by quantity of fixes.
Updates will be available by the Avid Application manager or your Avid master account download area.
Avid have just released Pro Tools 12.5.1 which by the looks of the release notes is one rather epic bug fix release. Get the full details here....
Windows 10 upgrades leave behind a lot old surplus files that take up valuable storage space, Here's how to clean up and gain some storage space back...
Earlier in the week we reported on the updated drivers and compatibility information for 3rd generation Mboxes and the Eleven Rack most interestingly to us with regards to Windows 10.
What we failed to notice at the time was that actually a great deal more devices had been included into the Windows 10 support list including:
The Mbox 3 is now compatible with Pro Tools on Windows 10 according to the updated information on the pre-existing driver sets from 2014
Where as new USB drivers have been developed for Mac OSX.
Avid have just released updated drivers for the Eleven Rack hardware that add compatibility for Windows 10 and OSX 10.11.3 - Get The Details Here....
Along with the launch of the new Avid.com website Avid have also announced the availability date for the new Cloud Collaboration features to be March 31st 2016.
Yes that's right after many years of requests its finally on its way!
Track Freeze in Pto Tools 12.4 was announced today and Avid put up a blog post here to release the news along with this video below to showcase it in action.
Check out Track Freeze in action in this Pro Tools 12.4 Quick Tips video. These improvements ultimately enable audio professionals to work more efficiently and easily create and deal with bigger DSP and VI laden tracks, perhaps track a last minute vocal part late in the mixing process and or collaborating with others who may not have the same plug-ins.
Nov 24, 2015 System Requirements and Compatibility with Pro Tools 12.3.1 Software (more info) Mac OS X 10.11-10.11.1 (El Capitan), 10.10.3-10.10.5 […]