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pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Jan 11 23:17:02 PST 2005
Quoting Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>:
> >Quoting Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>:
> >> * when cutting/copying using ranges, reset fades of created
> >> regions so they do not overlap the region boundaries.
> >This is a little confusing for me. Are you resetting the "end" of the fade
> >the whole fade?
> the fades get reset *only* if they were longer than can fit into the
> new region. i was fixing a blatant error, not adding something
> subtle. when the reset happens, the fade is set back to the
> default. there is one other option - to scale the existing "oversized"
> fade to some new length, but i couldn't see any real benefit to that.
> if you want to see how this worked before, find a region, give it a
> long fade out, define a range selection within the fade, and cut
I've noticed it on numerous occasions. IIUC the fade nodes continue until the
original region endpoint for when they were first created.
I think there is another option: Set the new endpoint at new region end and
disregard the rest of the curve beyond it.
That way you don't loose the curves that have been worked on before resizing and
you don't have to worry about trying to find the end node any more.
I'm not sure if it's an easy fix though.
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