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James Carrick

    Hi Yanis,

    X2Pro5 was built primarily to create an AAF that is compatible with ProTools, there are considerable differences in how other DAW’s implement AAF. When ProTools resolve the issue with going pop when it see’s 32 bit float in an AAF then we will not convert the audio, but leave it as 32 bit float.

    Which other DAW are you thinking of using, as AAF is not entirely a buttoned down specification, for example there are inconsistencies between Avid MC implementation and what ProTools expects to see. In effect we have to create a specific type of AAF to be compatible with ProTools.

    Yours Sincerely


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