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micmac



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PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:06 am    Post subject: Generate Marker doesn't always work! Reply with quote

When I'm refining the space between tracks to put markers there and I'm leaving the dialog (when i click OK), very often NOTHING's happening!
And I have to reopen the dialog…

That's FRUSTRATING to say the least! And it's a bug too…

I have to re-save the file but it doesn't always work.
Or i have to do some change before it's ok to work as it should when I click OK!!!


AND other than that it would be fine if the "minimal length' was effectively the minimal length to put a marker (i.e. you have to have AT LEAST that length ti get a marker AND NOT to have a marker with EVERY OCCURENCE of that length.


Other than THAT I LOVE AP!!!

(of course I have the latest version!)
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 2:52 pm    Post subject: Generate Marker doesn't always work! Reply with quote

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very often NOTHING's happening

Presumably, this means that no gap satisfies the criteria that you've
set. Have you tried changing the settings, like for example lowering
the threshold at which sound is considered silence?

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AND other than that it would be fine if the "minimal length' was
effectively the minimal length to put a marker (i.e. you have to
have AT LEAST that length ti get a marker.


Yes, this is what "minimal length" means. If there is a longer
"silence" that doesn't generate a marker, it probably means that it is
at too high sound level, see above. Regards,

Martin

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micmac



Joined: 26 Apr 2009
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 3:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Presumably, this means that no gap satisfies the criteria that you've
set. Have you tried changing the settings, like for example lowering
the threshold at which sound is considered silence?


I was not clear enough: I'm working on LP's. IT HAS to have markers because there are tracks with the usual silence between them!

And very often, when I click OK, AP stays silent.
Then I save again the file or I change something IN THE DIALOG (but not the criteria like threshold that have been OK for hundred of LP's!) and ask again and then AP is doing was it had to do: put markers between tracks!

Shortly written: AP doesn't do what it is supposed to do (put markers between tracks) THE FIRST TIME. And finally it does after a few trys!
So I lost half of my time trying to make it do what I want and KNOW it will finally do after i touch it long enough (!!)…

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Yes, this is what "minimal length" means. If there is a longer
"silence" that doesn't generate a marker, it probably means that it is
at too high sound level, see above.


Then why do I have two or even three markers when the silence between the tracks is longer????

There should be a setting for LP's where we ALWAYS en up with as many markers as there are tracks!
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