[Ardour-Users] Ardour 4.7 is released
petecrighton at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 05:04:51 PST 2016
I am a subscriber, but trying to login to download the full version
nightly build fails.
In my account overview on ardour.org it says nothing after “Current
subscription status:”, except for the list of available subscription
plans. Is that correct?
I’ll see what I can do about sharing PTX files. You’re right, it
should be no problem to at least share them privately with you,
Peter Crighton | Musician & Music Engraver based in Mainz, Germany
2016-03-03 5:23 GMT+01:00 Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>:
> You can also try a free/demo version if you're not a subscriber. It will go
> silent after 10 mins (though offering you more time if you click ...)
> On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 11:20 PM, Damien Zammit <damien at zamaudio.com> wrote:
>> Hi Peter,
>> On 03/03/16 15:04, Peter Crighton wrote:
>> > I see, so I have to build from source myself, right? Or are there
>> > --ptformat enabled builds available for download anywhere?
>> > Not that building from source should be a problem, but I’d like to
>> > spare the work if there’s an easier way.
>> I am told that Nightly builds of Ardour have this switch enabled, so if
>> you're a subscriber I think you can grab a full version with PT import
>> from the website (perhaps ask on IRC for a link?)
>> > I won’t be able to share PTX files as they belong to a client, but
>> > I’ll share what valuable information I might come upon.
>> That is unfortunate, but please note that .ptx files contain no actual
>> audio, so if you did happen to share one you would *not* be giving away
>> precious audio along with it, just metadata regarding track names etc...
>> Something to consider, perhaps.
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