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SilverDream
Posted 2012-08-27 1:24 PM (#15353)
Subject: Export option - standalone version


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Hi,

I just started using the beta version for its standalone capabilities, and I want in a near future export what I made...

I didn't found an option to do it...

Is there a way to export module as a wav or mp3 format ?? (or other mudule format, like .xm, .it, etc...)

The xml format is not recognized by modplugplayer for example...

It's very important for me... If I want to put my tracks on the web, or burn an audio CD...

Hope you can help me...
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CS_TBL
Posted 2012-08-27 2:59 PM (#15354 - in reply to #15353)
Subject: Re: Export option - standalone version



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Maybe, until there's native audio export in the standalone version, you could give a DAW a swing and use reViSiT as a plugin? Then you'd simply use the audio export features of the DAW. Tempo changes are a bit more work in a DAW, as you'd have to change tempos twice: in reViSiT and in the tempo track of the DAW.*

* check: in theory only once: in the DAW's tempo track, but changing at both places has playback syncing advantages in the DAW.

Edited by CS_TBL 2012-08-27 3:02 PM
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SilverDream
Posted 2012-08-27 9:14 PM (#15355 - in reply to #15353)
Subject: Re: Export option - standalone version


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Thanks 4 the reply... I will see it when I need it.

I tried to use reViSiT as a plugin, but I don't understand how to do it... So, I prefer a native audio export... I hope it's for a next release soon...
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CS_TBL
Posted 2012-08-28 2:25 AM (#15356 - in reply to #15355)
Subject: Re: Export option - standalone version



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In which DAW did you try? Cubase should be easy enough really, got no experience with others though (like Sonar).
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SilverDream
Posted 2012-08-28 2:34 AM (#15357 - in reply to #15353)
Subject: Re: Export option - standalone version


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I used VSTHost... a free host... No sound (a configuration problem... I don't understand how a vst host works)

And for Cubase, I don't have CHF 600 just to have an audio export function...
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CS_TBL
Posted 2012-08-28 4:57 AM (#15358 - in reply to #15357)
Subject: Re: Export option - standalone version



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Ok, as for VSTHost, that's for Chris to comment on I guess..
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chrisnash
Posted 2012-08-29 2:39 PM (#15360 - in reply to #15358)
Subject: Re: Export option - standalone version



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VSTHost works OK with reViSiT, though the host doesn't automatically update the plugin GUI as frequently as you might like (making it feel sluggish) - you might try setting reViSiT's Graphic Priority to "Higher"' in reViSiT's Preferences (F12) screen.

No audio is likely a host issue. In VSTHost, you may have to Start Engine, and choose an audio driver manually. ASIO is recommended - see ASIO4ALL if your soundcard doesn't come with one.

Naturally, an export function is high on the list for Standalone mode. See the reply to your other post for details.
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