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This has worked for me in the past where, for some reason, one or two particular tracks just seemed to have issues. sonicpaint Reply With Quote 12-30-2003 #2 Jeyan View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Force of Nature Join Date Mar 2003 Location MD - USA Posts 615 Thanks it's in the pro tools folder in the Avid folder. I opened an older PT9 session to recall a mix and every time I bounce it, this error happens. my review here

Other Popular Articles: • How do I restore the factory settings on my Roland FP-5 keyboard?• My M-Audio ProFire Light Bridge doesn't work with ProTools M-Powered?• DAE error -9129 or -9093 It occurs about 7/8 of the way through the bounce. The computer I use for recording is just to do that so I make sure that all other processes that could run in the back ground are shut off. Your ram is fine, try going for a pentium rather than a celeron next time, they handle audio processing much faster and better than celeron.

Bounce Handler Cannot Keep Up Pro Tools 10

P.S. No other Apps are running. I do get BTD errors on occasion, but only at the top end of my plug/track counts. I wish this wasn't true but it looks like this is going to have to happen.

Update to Pro Tools 10.3.3 or higher, especially if you are using HDX and HD Native. They’re located at C:\Documents and Settings\’User Folder’\Application Data\Digidesign and C:\Program Files\Common Files\Digidesign\DAE\DAE Prefs. Your missing files will be blank blue blocks. Password Register FAQ Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page...

Now, the response of any sane person is to plug the code into the manufacturer’s website, but Avid has no publicly available list of Pro Tools error codes, and the Knowledge That could be the reason my CPU has held up until now (i'm assuming). H/W Buffer size is all the way up at 1024 help 8-) 27" iMAC (2010) i7 8GB Mac OSX Lion 10.7.2 Protools 10 Digi002 Console __________________ Regards.......Geo oooOOOooo Last edited by http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=311562 just that.

What the program really likes is for all session data to be stored on an external FireWire drive, while the program itself is stored on the computer. it worked for some, but not for all. Seems like a bug to me. Thanks to all who responded, sonicpaint Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Digital Recording & Computers Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages

Dae Can't Get Audio From The Drive

Select them, right-click and select Relink Selected. http://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/bounce-handler-cannot-up-error-bouncing-pro-tools-le/ Follow us on inSync Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram FREE Catalog and other Sweetwater publications! Bounce Handler Cannot Keep Up Pro Tools 10 Taken from the Pro Tools 8.0.1 Read Me (Item #32397) To learn more about how to do a bus-based bounce click here. Pro Tools Bounce To Disk Problems Ensure that your system has been optimized according to the Pro Tools optimization guide for your system.

Pro Tools updates are found here. this page Even occurs when bouncing to MP3 now. Only plugins are the new Channel Strip on the track and a click track. These tend to occur at any time, but in our experience they most often occur when you’re booting up the program. Dae Can't Get Audio From The Drives Fast Enough

The thing is, the master fader volume adjustments are made pre plugins, whereas a stereo aux track the volume automation is post plugins. FWIW, I haven't optimized my computer for audio beyond setting the paging file size and setting it for background service optimizing. Only plugins are the new Channel Strip on the track and a click track. get redirected here For whatever reason, these don’t always come with an error code, but will always contain a long file path, usually with the word ‘Line’ after it.

Instead I usually try to fiddle with it- more for the (futile) sense of mastery and control than anything- but that IS what the audiosuite plugs were designed for. Well here is what I'm going to do. To do this effectively it needs to use a good chunk of your computer’s internal processing.

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  1. It turns out that my computer set up is a lot worse than I thought.
  2. Unfortunately, switching the track over to record on an open stereo track at this time has issues.
  3. If the CPU meter is above 80-90% during the bounce then you may have to remove plug-ins to free up CPU power.
  4. No other Apps are running.
  5. The time now is 05:13.
  6. Chances are they’re all in the dedicated audio folder for the session anyway, so hopefully this isn’t too arduous.
  7. This is a CPU thing.
  8. When it has these it’ll purr like a cat, doing everything you ask of it with minimum fuss.
  9. Mainly the old version had a master fader, where I had mastering plugin's and master fader volume adjustments.

I'd greatly appreciate everyones opinions. Don't let it automatically relink, it never gets it right! Celerons use the same chipsets Pentiums do. Thanks for your responses guys, sonicpaint Reply With Quote 12-30-2003 #5 fenix View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles 1K Silver Member Join Date Nov 2001 Location Cincinnati

To solve the problem I either convert files after bouce or take out some plugs. What version of Pro Tools are you running and what's your PC setup Chris? Its a 27" i7 iMAC with 8 gig men PT 10 so it should not be a processor problem. useful reference Once you’ve found Audio01.wav in your Workspace, navigate to your Relink window and click the file name there.

But sometimes things get moved around or changed, or Pro Tools simply ‘forgets’ where things are. All rights reserved. If your session audio is stored on your computer’s hard drive or you’re bouncing your mix onto that drive, Pro Tools will freak out – especially if you have a lot