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General Discussion / Re: Feature Request: Check track transitions
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on January 14, 2021, 10:49:27 pm »
It already does, doesn't it?  It plays up to the end of track n and then from the start of track n+1, and so on.
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General Discussion / Re: Feature Request: Check track transitions
« Last post by Steve Crook on January 14, 2021, 08:48:35 pm »
After using this for a while I wonder might be an enhancement to change it slightly so it always behaves as if 'skip gaps between tracks' was enabled.
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General Discussion / Re: Location of filter settings on MAC
« Last post by druerbopi on January 11, 2021, 09:58:16 am »
Thank you Paul, that worked flawless :-)
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General Discussion / Re: Location of filter settings on MAC
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on January 10, 2021, 10:44:55 pm »
Hi,

They are stored in the following file (as referenced from the Terminal command line):

~/Library/Preferences/uk.co.AlpineSoft.VinylStudio.plist

Copy this file across (with VinylStudio shut down) and then execute the following command in Terminal immediately afterwards:

killall -9 cfprefsd
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Hmmm, maybe.  It's not that hard to do it by hand...
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Most of the time I use the widest 'silent' gap I can find between tracks as the noise sample for the filter settings. It would be nice to have a button on the the Filter Settings dialog that automatically selected it for me from those I've defined in the split tracks tab - avoiding fade in/fade out...

 
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General Discussion / Location of filter settings on MAC
« Last post by druerbopi on January 10, 2021, 11:28:46 am »
Similar question has been asked and answered few years ago for Window users. I have the same challenge for MAC.

I had to reinstall my iMac and now I'm missing the saved Vinylsoft filter settings. I have a backup of my old Mac, spent some time searching and could not find the storage location of my customized / saved filter settings. Where are they stored in MacOS 10.15 or 11.x?

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OK, I'll take a look.  I can imagine how this might be happening.
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I have two copies of the same album and had recorded both of them. I'd set up the artist and composer information, tracks, de-noised the first recording. Then I downloaded tracks, set track markers and de-noised the second album. I transferred artist, album and composer information from the first to the second by calling up the album and track dialogs and cutting and pasting. To do this I was continually switching between the two albums all in a single session of VS.

I got the details up-to-date and ran the track break checking feature on the second album. Many of the track breaks on the second album were not lining up as I'd intended.

After a bit of staring I realised that some of the track end markers had been moved. Further, the only end markers that  moved were those with fade out, and that the marker appeared to have moved forward by the length of the fade out. Enough that, in some cases that the end of the fade out was happening after the start of the next track...

I wish I could tell you some definite steps to reproduce this, but I've no clue. If I see it again and have a more definite set of steps I'll let you know...
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