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    Session File Corruption?

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    After a protracted PT 6.9.2 issue recently, it appears that there some sessions that are corrupted.

    What is the most efficient and safe way to extract/export data from those sessions into a brand new session/s?

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    try creating a new session and doing file-->import session data

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRockDoc View Post
    After a protracted PT 6.9.2 issue recently, it appears that there some sessions that are corrupted.

    What is the most efficient and safe way to extract/export data from those sessions into a brand new session/s?

    Thanks,

    TRD
    is it giving you an error code? or just crashing PT? Or is PT not recognising the session file as a session file?


    It it is truely corrupt you're probably going to have to fix it before you can important the session data...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MessianicDreams View Post
    is it giving you an error code? or just crashing PT? Or is PT not recognising the session file as a session file?


    It it is truely corrupt you're probably going to have to fix it before you can important the session data...
    Mostly old DAE-9131 Firewire errors at this point (compilations of other errors wth the PT/Mac/LaCie 'triune'), but sometimes instruments/plug-ins will not work with various sessions. There are a few issues spread out over multiple sessions. PT always boots up, but the sessions themselves are the problem.

    My thought was to create a new, very long sessions. Most of the previous sessions are 30-120 seconds. I'd like to string them all together for one usable 'folder' and then create new sessions to re-engage the old sessions. I just haven't had much help with importing.

    I found it on pg 79 in the manual, and see what I can figure out.

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