Hi guys, First post here. I have some clients that recorded some stuff in ProTools LE and I want to work with it in Cubase SX3. I'm trying to find the *best* way to approach this. I was under the impression that you could save the files in PTLE as an OMF file and then open them in Cubase and go. But when we try to save any file in PTLE, the only file format available is the native PT extension. And then the option to export anything is greyed out. Is this a specific limitation of PTLE? So then as an alternative, I decided to solo and bounce each track to maintain the timing throughout the song from track to track so that I didn't have to manually move pieces into their proper spot in Cubase. But bouncing 24 tracks, one by one in real-time is not an ideal process as you can imagine. Is there a way to do a "batch" bounce of each of the tracks all at once? How about a way to process a bounce as opposed to doing a "real-time" bounce to decrease the amount of time needed? Or maybe I am overlooking something simple and you're thinking, geez why doesn't that idiot just do "blah, blah, blah" and be done with it? Thanks in advance for any help or pointers!