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Old 22nd September 2010
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ProTools: is there a way to print plugin settings?

It would be handy to print my plugin settings. Does anybody know if that is possible? It is saved somewhere in the session....did i miss something?
Old 22nd September 2010
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you could always take a screenshot and print that...

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Old 22nd September 2010
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i think it's

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Old 22nd September 2010
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Shift Apple 4 lets you drag a box around that plugin and just capture that.

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Old 22nd September 2010
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ProTools: is there a way to print plugin settings?

Thanks for the replies.

Perhaps i wasn't very clear. What I would like to have is a list with for example all my trim-plugin settings or eq-settings.
Old 22nd September 2010
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So you can recall them later?
Old 22nd September 2010
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ProTools: is there a way to print plugin settings?

Yeah... I've always wished it took a picture of your plug settings so that when you open a session and are missing a bunch of plugs, it would show u the setting that u need to match with the plugs that u do have.
Old 23rd September 2010
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So you can recall them later?
So you can recall them in a different DAW for example.
Old 23rd September 2010
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So you can recall them in a different DAW for example.
Oh, in that case I'm not sure. There's the long way round which is taking screenshots or just writing everything down but since I'm not a frequent ProTools user I don't know if there's anything built in to do it. I know in Logic the plugins have 2 view settings, 1 with the nice GUI and knobs and pictures of your EQ and whatnot and then one which is just all the values, if there's something like that in PT you could go into that mode and it would be a bit easier to write down all the values.

That's all I can suggest really, I only chimed in because of the screenshot thing but hopefully that will help. Heh
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