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Author Topic: 2 years later, let's see if anything has changed.  (Read 2134 times)

Al Rettich

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2 years later, let's see if anything has changed.
« on: June 21, 2014, 03:25:11 pm »

Digico SD consoles.  Have they made it yet that a SD9 can read a SD5 file, or a sD10 can read a SD8 file..
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Samuel Rees

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2 years later, let's see if anything has changed.
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2014, 09:47:37 pm »

No. But, I don't think they will. Other consoles have "compatible" show files, but often a variety of odd things happen regarding the incompatible bits (what channels get kept, what processing, etc?). SD file converter gets it right every time, because it makes you address the weirdness before you load the file live. Much better than Soundcraft Vi file "compatibility". Avid makes it work better, admittedly. This IS their solution - like it or not I wouldn't expect it to change. I've been ok with it too.
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Re: 2 years later, let's see if anything has changed.
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2014, 02:58:02 pm »

Digico SD consoles.  Have they made it yet that a SD9 can read a SD5 file, or a sD10 can read a SD8 file..

Yes, via SD convert

http://www.digico.biz/docs/latest_news/EFylyAkkEFQfPpeIcT.shtml
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Re: 2 years later, let's see if anything has changed.
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