[Ardour-Users] Problem importing *.MID files
dak at gnu.org
Mon Jul 11 08:53:09 PDT 2011
Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> writes:
> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:21 AM, David Kastrup <dak at gnu.org> wrote:
>> Ardour3b9 refuses to import files with names like "BEGUINE.MID" into
>> tracks (the canonical file name on DOS floppy disks, more or less a
>> standard medium for sequencers) even though the file selector gives them
>> an icon suggesting a music file (two semiquaver notes).
>> Renaming them into "beguine.midi" will make this work, but I really
>> think that ardour should recognize the DOS style extensions without
>> additional prodding.
> its really not going to work to try to report bugs on this mailing
Bug Reporting, Discussions etc.
The first rule of ardour 3 is don't talk about ardour 3 on the forums.
There's no code of silence here - its just that web forums are
incredibly inefficient ways for the development team to interact with
people. So please use these channels to communicate bugs, workflow
problems, design ideas and anything else to us:
* the bug tracker/feature request system (http://tracker.ardour.org/)
* either of the two ardour mailing lists (ardour-dev is probably
slightly better) (http://ardour.org/support#mlists)
* our IRC channel, for realtime chat (and chit-chat) (most active
during daytime US eastern time) (http://ardour.org/support#chat)
You might want to add "Don't bother reporting bugs. We are not going to
care. Instead, you need to become a registered member of our
browser-centric bug reporting squad and manage entering the problem into
our bug database on your own."
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