I can't "nudge" on Pro Tools LE??

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It would appear that PT LE lacks control of the amount of time per "nudge",
even though the manual makes no mention of this. I can nudge but I don't have
the popup menu to adjust it. AM I missing something, or am i pissed?

-jeff
 
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You have to increase your screen resolution (it's in the Getting Started
manual).

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"Handywired" <handywired@aol.com> wrote in message
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> It would appear that PT LE lacks control of the amount of time per
> "nudge",
> even though the manual makes no mention of this. I can nudge but I don't
> have
> the popup menu to adjust it. AM I missing something, or am i pissed?
>
> -jeff
 
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On Wed, 1 Dec 2004 02:38:58 -0500, Handywired wrote
(in article <20041201023858.21925.00001379@mb-m06.aol.com>):

> It would appear that PT LE lacks control of the amount of time per "nudge",
> even though the manual makes no mention of this. I can nudge but I don't
have
> the popup menu to adjust it. AM I missing something, or am i pissed?
>
> -jeff

selecting the audio..hitting the + or - keys in the number pad works for me.

Ty Ford



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>selecting the audio..hitting the + or - keys in the number pad works for
>me.

Yeah, that nudges it but by a preset increment. I was trying to make two
identical tracks, one out of phase with the other, "dissapear" and the nudge
amount was way to coarse for that...

Another poster said something about screen resolution and the Getting Started
manual... maybe he meant that the Nudge value tracks with how far you are
"zoomed in". That'd be serviceable I guess. I'll try that...

-jeff
 
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"Handywired" <handywired@aol.com> wrote in message
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> >selecting the audio..hitting the + or - keys in the number pad works for
> >me.
>
> Yeah, that nudges it but by a preset increment. I was trying to make two
> identical tracks, one out of phase with the other, "dissapear" and the
nudge
> amount was way to coarse for that...
>

Change it to "samples" on the Timeline, then you can nudge by one sample at
a time if you want & knock yourself out.







> Another poster said something about screen resolution and the Getting
Started
> manual... maybe he meant that the Nudge value tracks with how far you are
> "zoomed in". That'd be serviceable I guess. I'll try that...
>
> -jeff
 
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>From the Pro Tools Reference Guide ---
http://akwww.digidesign.com/support/docs/Pro_Tools_Reference_Guide_6.7.pdf

Defining the Nudge Value
The Nudge value determines how far regions and selections are moved
when nudging. Start and end points for selections can also be moved by
the Nudge value (see "Nudging Selection Start/End Points" on page
246). In addition, regions can be trimmed by the Nudge value (see
"Trimming with Nudge" on page 260).

To set the Nudge value:
1 From the Display menu, select the Time Scale you will use for the
Nudge value.
- or -
To keep the Main Time Scale and use a different time format for the
Nudge value, deselect Follow Main Timebase in the Nudge pop-up menu in
the Edit window.
2 From the Nudge pop-up menu in the Edit window, select the Nudge
value.

To specify a Nudge value not listed in the Nudge pop-up, click in the
Nudge field and type in the
value. Nudge pop-up menu showing Time Code
 
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No - I'm saying you have to change your screen resolution so that the drop
down controls show in the screen.

From the Digidesign AnswerBase:

http://answerbase.digidesign.com/detail.cfm?DID=3335

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"Handywired" <handywired@aol.com> wrote in message
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> >selecting the audio..hitting the + or - keys in the number pad works for
>>me.
>
> Yeah, that nudges it but by a preset increment. I was trying to make two
> identical tracks, one out of phase with the other, "dissapear" and the
> nudge
> amount was way to coarse for that...
>
> Another poster said something about screen resolution and the Getting
> Started
> manual... maybe he meant that the Nudge value tracks with how far you are
> "zoomed in". That'd be serviceable I guess. I'll try that...
>
> -jeff
 
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>To set the Nudge value:

>To keep the Main Time Scale and use a different time format for the
>Nudge value, deselect Follow Main Timebase in the Nudge pop-up menu in
>the Edit window.
>2 From the Nudge pop-up menu in the Edit window, select the Nudge
>value.
>
>To specify a Nudge value not listed in the Nudge pop-up, click in the
>Nudge field and type in the
>value. Nudge pop-up menu showing Time Code


Right... I read all that in my manual.... but I do not HAVE a Nudge pop up
menu, that I've seen, in my Edit window... the word Nudge does not appear
anywhere in my Edit window. This is Pro Tools LE 6.2.1....

Not trying to be cantankerous... just trying to explain the problem...
THANKS!!!

-jeff
 
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On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 23:09:24 -0500, Handywired wrote
(in article <20041202230924.08096.00001519@mb-m07.aol.com>):

>> To set the Nudge value:
>
>> To keep the Main Time Scale and use a different time format for the
>> Nudge value, deselect Follow Main Timebase in the Nudge pop-up menu in
>> the Edit window.
>> 2 From the Nudge pop-up menu in the Edit window, select the Nudge
>> value.
>>
>> To specify a Nudge value not listed in the Nudge pop-up, click in the
>> Nudge field and type in the
>> value. Nudge pop-up menu showing Time Code
>
>
> Right... I read all that in my manual.... but I do not HAVE a Nudge pop up
> menu, that I've seen, in my Edit window... the word Nudge does not appear
> anywhere in my Edit window. This is Pro Tools LE 6.2.1....
>
> Not trying to be cantankerous... just trying to explain the problem...
> THANKS!!!
>
> -jeff

In PTLE 6.4, it's in the edit window between Grid and Cursor just below the
time display and just above the min:sec; readout on the timeline. Are you on
a Mac or PC?

Regards,

Ty Ford

YOURE WELCOME :)

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On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 14:16:58 -0500, Rail Jon Rogut wrote
(in article <KSJrd.10422$NU3.9136@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net>):

> No - I'm saying you have to change your screen resolution so that the drop
> down controls show in the screen.
>
> From the Digidesign AnswerBase:
>
> http://answerbase.digidesign.com/detail.cfm?DID=3335
>
> Rail
>

GOOD CALL Rail!

ty

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"Handywired" <handywired@aol.com> wrote in message
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>
> Right... I read all that in my manual.... but I do not HAVE a Nudge
pop up
> menu, that I've seen, in my Edit window... the word Nudge does not
appear
> anywhere in my Edit window. This is Pro Tools LE 6.2.1....


It's just above the timeline near the middle. Just click on it and type
in a value.

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