[ardour-users] getting export to work

Nathaniel Virgo nathaniel.virgo at ntlworld.com
Wed Dec 1 09:50:03 PST 2004

Thanks guys, that did the trick.  I'm using the CCRMA version which must 
predate the fix.

Incidentally, I noticed that if you click on a track name in the export 
dialogue, a previously hidden checkbox appears next to it, although it 
isn't necessary to do this in order to export the track.  Any idea what 
that's all about?  (it's a bit like the button marked "foo" that doesn't 
do anything in the audio library window)


Jesse Chappell wrote:

>Tom Szilagyi wrote on Mon, 29-Nov-2004:
> > On Sun, Nov 28, 2004 at 04:29:08PM +0000, Nathaniel Virgo wrote:
> > > Has something changed about exporting sessions to wav recently?  I've 
> > > done it successfully a dozen or so times, but now when I try I just get 
> > > silence.  I've ticked the little boxes so that track 1 output 1 goes to 
> > > the left, output 2 to the right, etc., but it doesn't seem to have made 
> > > any difference.
> > > 
> > > Could somebody talk me through the procedure in case I've somehow 
> > > managed to forget something?
> > 
> > I think you're doing it right, but...
> > 
> > I saw something like that not very long ago, but i forget the exact
> > Ardour version. The solution was to set Options editor -> Sync tab ->
> > Positional sync to "Sync with JACK" from "Internal". I also have the
> > "JACK time master" checkbox switched on.
>Actually, it was the other way around.  Set the Sync *to* Internal.
> However, this problem has been fixed for several weeks at least,
>so this might be something else.
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