Avid Pro Tools Studio Perpetual License
The Avid Pro Tools Studio Perpetual License gives you the latest version of Pro Tools plus one year of software updates and support, ensuring that your system remains current with up-to-the-minute releases and upgrades. This is not a subscription and if you choose not to renew the updates and support plan when it expires, then the Pro Tools software and the updates you've received up to that point are yours to keep.
You have one year of updates and support with this license. After one year, if you choose to continue with the "updates and support" plan then you will need to purchase a renewal. You must monitor your Avid account to determine when your "updates and support" plan expires and purchase/activate your renewal prior to that date. To purcahse a renew click here: Avid Pro Tools Software Updates and Support Plan (Renewal)
However, If you let your "updates and support" plan lapse you will have to purchase a reinstatement or continue to use the software without the updates and support. To purchase a reinstatement click here: Avid Pro Tools Studio Updates and Support Plan (Reinstatement)
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I was never a fan of Pro Tools. But boy has that changed! Using Pro Tools 10 has shown me the light. It runs smoothly and flawless. It works great with my Rosetta 200. If you don't have it, get the industry standard, now!!!!!!!
1st the good. mp3 export, more track count, ADC, OMF support, and the ability to use any interface your heart desires. After using it for awhile I 1st must say whats up with the dae errors stating to remove plugins....when I don't have any on! Also PT9 doesn't like to be clocked to my Lynx when opening a session sometimes. And most annoying when I bring in a session from another studio, their i/o shows in my session. Though its inactive its still taking up space when I go to select i/o for a track and my i/o setup is listed at the bottom. The new features still doesnt bring it up to speed with other DAW's. Still no track freezing, offline bouncing, and the VI's vs Logic is a joke. Oh yeh, how about letting us join 2 mono tracks to a stereo track, nope! still no can do. For PT users this is a no brainer upgrade, and if not this is still a very good DAW. I'm glad Digi, excuse me....Avid has finally made PT competitive with features other DAW's have had for years.