#2
You might be able to export the PowerTab as a MIDI file, then import that into Guitar Pro.
#3
Open in guitar pro as power tab and save as guitar pro file I guess, works for me :p
#4
you can open powertab files in guitar pro easily
file > import > powertab if you want to keep it in gp format just save it like you would save any other gp file


i use guitar pro version 5.2 not sure if it will work in older versions
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Last edited by Rocketface2112 at May 9, 2008,
#5
I don't know about converting files, but there's a program, TuxGuitar that opens both Powertab and Guitar Pro.
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#6
Quote by Rocketface2112
you can open powertab files in guitar pro easily
file > import > powertab if you want to keep it in gp format just save it like you would save any other gp file


i use guitar pro version 5.2 not sure if it will work in older versions


+1. Sometimes the conversions are not accurate though but it's easy enough to check and correct them.