PT210D Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos Production II


eLearning (Avid Learning Central): 10 hours

Instructor-Led (Virtual): 16 hours
  • 10 hours of self-paced pre-learning
  • 2 6-hour days of live online training
Instructor-Led (Public In-Person*): 26 hours
  • 10 hours of self-paced pre-learning
  • 2 8-hour day of live classroom training


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Developed in partnership with Dolby, the Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos Production courses are designed for professionals who are transitioning from traditional surround formats to Dolby Atmos mixing, as well as experienced Dolby mixers who are interested in deepening their skills and learning best practices. This course builds upon concepts and techniques explored in the PT205 course, thoroughly covering advanced tools and professional mixing workflows.

The PT205D and PT210D courses prepare candidates for the Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos Professional Certification exam. Once passed, the candidate will earn the Avid Certified Professional: Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos certification credential.


This course is suited for audio engineers that are looking for the knowledge, skills and techniques needed to improve their mixing skill using Dolby Atmos in Pro Tools, including:
  • Mixing Engineers
  • Audio Studio Technicians
  • Facility Owners


The PT210D course is offered to experienced professionals through Avid and professional Avid Learning Partners (Professional ALPs), and to students through academic Avid Learning Partners (Academic ALPs). The PT205D Pro Tools | Dolby Production I course is a required prerequisite for the PT210D course.


At the end of this course you will be able to:
  • Configure and use an external renderer
  • Import files in various ways, including pulling I/O configurations from the renderer, importing object track data from another session and importing ADM BWF as session data
  • Export MP4 files
  • Unlock a Master Files for punch-in and punch-out
  • Perform Offline Loudness Analysis
  • Set the Renderer Input Configuration
  • Understand Renderer Trim and Downmix Controls
  • Bounce a mix to an ADM BWF file
  • Configure Re-renders
  • Configure Binaural Render Mode
  • Work using industry preproduction and post-production best practices
  • Perform various Quality Control (QC) tasks

* Public In-Person courses are offered only at Avid Learning Partners.

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