If you’re using Pro Tools 10, you can render automation on all tracks by going to the ‘File’ menu, selecting ‘Render’, and then choosing the ‘Automation’ option. This will give you a rendered file that contains all of the automation data for your session, which you can then use in other DAWs or video editing software.
Other related questions:
How do you automate multiple tracks in Pro Tools?
There is no built in automation for multiple tracks in Pro Tools. However, you can use the “Send To” feature to quickly send your automation to multiple tracks.
How do I copy automation from one track to another in Pro Tools?
There are a few ways to copy automation in Pro Tools. One way is to use the Copy command in the Edit menu. With the automation you want to copy selected, choose Edit > Copy. Then, select the track you want to paste the automation to and choose Edit > Paste.
Another way to copy automation is to use the Pencil tool. First, make sure the track you want to copy the automation from is selected. Then, select the Pencil tool and click and drag over the automation you want to copy. Next, select the track you want to paste the automation to and press Option-V (Mac) or Ctrl-V (Windows).
How do you automate in Pro Tools 10?
There is no one definitive answer to this question as it can be done in a number of ways, depending on your specific needs. However, some basic methods for automating in Pro Tools 10 include using the Track Automation Mode, the Pencil Tool, and the Smart tool.
How do I show automation for a track in Pro Tools?
There are two ways to view automation in Pro Tools. The first is to use the Automation Mode buttons in the Edit Window, located above the track name. The second is to use the Automation Lanes in the Mix Window, located to the right of the track name.