[ardour-dev] Session File Problems
dan at wintaper.com
Thu Apr 6 08:38:03 PDT 2006
yes, the fact that it behaves differently opening the same file is very
odd (i'm a c++ developer so I know what this means)
the project file and support files (except wavs) are at...
the project file in question is JS-Live_CD.ardour -- there are some
other copies of the file as well.
I am running the latest stable version of ardour, 99.2, which I built
from source on my SuSE Linux 9.3 machine. I typically make sure I also
have the latest versions of all the dependencies as well.
the channels that exhibit the problem are...
Thanks for taking the time to take a look - if there is anything I can
do to assist let me know. Ardour is a wonderful piece of software and it
has been doing me right for some time now!
Jesse Chappell wrote:
> On 4/6/06, Dan Tepper <dan at wintaper.com> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have been using Ardour for a couple of years now for various projects.
>> It has always performed perfectly and has been fast and reliable.
>> Currently I am working on a large Live CD project with some 40+ wav file
>> tracks. On many of the tracks with noise bleed, I remove sections of the
>> wav by "splitting" the region and removing the undesirable parts.
>> The problem is that Ardour seems to "forget" those edits. I opened the
>> file the other day and 4 hours of editing were simply gone. I started to
>> redo the edits, but when I next re-opened the file, all the missing
>> edits were magically back. A few open/closes later they were gone again.
>> This has happened several times. Closing and re-opening the file yields
>> different results - sometimes edits are there - sometimes they are not.
>> I find closing and opening the file eventually gets all the edits back.
>> This is rather disconcerting. And recently Ardour has had more and more
>> problems with this session file.
>> It looks like Ardour is having difficulty parsing the "playlist" section
>> of the session file. The file is rather large (>700K) so maybe that
>> could have something to do with it. There are several hundred edited
>> I can provide a link to the gzip'd file if that would help.
> Yes, that could be helpful. Also please provide us with the version of
> Ardour you are working with.
> The closing/reopening yielding different results is especially troubling.
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