#1
I finished recording a song in ProTools, but when I go to Export it, it's grayed out. So...How can I export it?
#3
It says,
"The MP3 option cannot be enabled because: Module Initialization failed for MP3.dll. The MP3 demo period may have expired." Any idea what this means/how to fix it?
#4
If I remember correctly you have to buy an extension to bounce to MP3 in protools. You'd be better off bouncing it to a high quality WAV or AIFF and then bouncing that to an MP3 in another program.
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#5
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If I remember correctly you have to buy an extension to bounce to MP3 in protools. You'd be better off bouncing it to a high quality WAV or AIFF and then bouncing that to an MP3 in another program.


This. The MP3 option is about $20 and you need an iLok key for the license (which, if you're using Pro Tools, you probably have one).
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#6
+1. Bounce to disk as an interleaved WAV file at 16 bit/44.1kHz and then convert to mp3 using a dedicated program.
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#7
If you happen to be using a mac, there's a really good conversion program called Max - http://sbooth.org/Max/ which is free.
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#8
You can also use iTunes to convert stuff to .mp3 format. That's what I do.
#10
I use switch, max, and itunes. Max is the best quality with the most options, I don't really trust iTunes, and switch is my usual go-to bouncer for when I don't want to think about the process and just get it done fast.
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#11
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i use Switch to convert things to mp3. works well, and is free.


On what I think is their website, it has the option for "purchase" and "get it now." So what's the difference between these?

Also, I tried the iTunes thing, but when I tried opening the wav file in iTunes, it crashed and continued to crash whenever I tried opening it.