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Z7K2 file names from rendered audio
Old 23rd July 2020
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Z7K2 file names from rendered audio

Hi together,
I need your swarm intelligence, did not found any infos about on google:

I have got a Pro Tools session from a customer. Inside the audio files folder are many .wav files with Z7K2 in its filename. Does anybody knows, which plugin adds this labeling? The files are something distorted and I want to know which algorithm did this.
Thank you !!
Old 24th July 2020
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They are zipped.
https://www.7-zip.org/

Fredo
Old 25th July 2020
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no, they have the wav extension and played back as usual. They namend "Dialog-01-...Z7K2..-06.wav" for example. If you use an audiosuite plugin in Pro Tools, the rendered files get a new name. The unknown plugin has added Z7K2 in the file name. I don't know if its Ozone oder Zynaptiq or something else. I think the person used a noise reduction plugin or something but the result is rough and a little bit distorted.
Old 25th July 2020
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Habe you asked on the DUC?
Old 26th July 2020
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Led
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Have you asked the customer what they used?
Old 27th July 2020
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Found this thread:

https://sound.stackexchange.com/ques...ug-in-suffixes

It's pretty old, but based on posts there, it could be Izotope RX 7 DeClick
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Old 27th July 2020
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i just tried scott's suggestion using rx7 declick and got this in the filename: scene2-RX7Dclk_01-01
Old 27th July 2020 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cubivore ➑️
i just tried scott's suggestion using rx7 declick and got this in the filename: scene2-RX7Dclk_01-01
Hmmm. It was just a guess. I very well could be wrong.

I'm not sure how far back RX 7 goes, but maybe an earlier version of PT was still using 4 digit codes?
Old 27th July 2020 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by originalscottyg ➑️
Hmmm. It was just a guess. I very well could be wrong.

I'm not sure how far back RX 7 goes, but maybe an earlier version of PT was still using 4 digit codes?
good line of thinking, though! forgot to mention i'm on PT v2018.12 so maybe the newer PT versions append the names the way OP has found them too. i also wonder if they're zynaptic made.
Old 28th July 2020 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cubivore ➑️
good line of thinking, though! forgot to mention i'm on PT v2018.12 so maybe the newer PT versions append the names the way OP has found them too. i also wonder if they're zynaptic made.
I'm on the latest 2020.5 Ultimate and it's RX7Dclk as you say. I feel like the 4-letter code is from older versions of Pro Tools. PT 10 and earlier, maybe? But that's just a gut feeling.
Old 6th August 2020
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Sorry for my late response. I did not have any idea, yet. May could be a Ozone tool on an older Pro Tools as mentioned. I will give you a feedback, after I spoked with the client.

Thank you!
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