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  • Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi. There is currently no option to include plugin setting changes as part of the arrangement undo history. At some point in the future I will do a revision of the plugin support in Podium, and this feature will be something I will try to incorporate. I don’t have a time frame.

    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi. All Podium versions should still work. It’s possible that your editor setup in the Podium.ini file has been corrupted. If you can access the menus in the top menu bar, then select the “Setup/Restore Default Editor Profiles” menu.

    in reply to: Podium 3.4.3 crash when record arming a child track #43085
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Thanks for the crash.dmp file. It seems this particular crash occurred when quitting Podium, so I wonder if this is a different type of crash than the one you describe. Does the crash happen as soon as you record arm the track? If either of you have more crash.dmp files from other crashes I would appreciate if you can send them to me.

    in reply to: Podium 3.4.3 crash when record arming a child track #43048
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Please send the dmp file to info @ zynewave.com.

    in reply to: How to configure vst plugin to transmit midi output #42761
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Not supported yet, sorry. Over the years the feature priorities have shifted, and this feature is not there yet. At some point I’m going to work on supporting other plugin formats, either VST3 or the new Clap plugin format, and at that point the MIDI support will be revised as well. I can’t give you an estimate at this point.

    in reply to: Podium refuses to run ? #42743
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Thanks for the dmp file. The crash happens when Podium tries to access the “WaveformImageCache.db” file that should be located in your “Projects root folder” (as specified in Preferences).

    I will fix Podium so that it doesn’t crash when the db access fails, but from the dmp file I cannot see what the specific error is. Could you check that your WaveformImageCache.db is not set as read-only and that it is not blocked by your firewall?

    If you can’t find any issues with the WaveformImageCache.db file you could try to delete it. Podium should then regenerate all the waveform images when it starts up.

    in reply to: Podium refuses to run ? #42724
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Please send me the dmp file to my email: info at zynewave.com

    in reply to: Podium refuses to run ? #42722
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    I thought this sounded familiar. A forum search revealed another topic that deals with the same issue. Perhaps the recommendations at the end of the topic regarding Windows Defender can help you:

    Podium won't open

    in reply to: Podium refuses to run ? #42714
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi. Are there any error messages shown when you try to run Podium? What Windows version are you using and what Podium version are you using?

    If the Podium window doesn’t appear at all, then it could be caused by a hanging audio or MIDI driver. If you open your “Documents/Zynewave Podium” folder you should see a Podium.ini file. Try renaming that to Podium.bak and then try to open Podium.

    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi Nick. You can access all the objects within a project via the Object Browser panel in the Browser page/window.

    in reply to: Restricted to Podium license owners
    Zynewave
    Keymaster
    This content is restricted to Podium license owners.
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    Zynewave
    Keymaster
    This content is restricted to Podium license owners.
    in reply to: Scanning of plugins is terrible #42603
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi Luc,

    If you are using Podium Free, then there have been updates to the full version since then that improves the scan/import. I just tried scanning my x64 plugin folder from Podium 3.4.2 x86, and the import dialog shows a counter status message “Skipped x files that are not x86 compatible” without requiring restart. I do recommend though that x86 and x64 plugins are kept in separate directory trees.

    Please note that Linux is not officially supported by Podium. I have no experience with Linux so I can’t test or comment on anything related to Linux. Current Podium version 3.4 can run on Windows XP even though minimum officially supported OS is Windows 7. Microsoft has ceased support of building for Windows XP in their latest Visual Studio developer tool, so to be able to take advantage of future dev tool improvements I will need to upgrade the dev tools and abandon XP support. This may mean that the future Podium version 3.5 will not run on Linux.

    in reply to: Preview 3.4: Codebase rewrite #42541
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi Andy. I’ve just uploaded the demo version of the latest 3.4.1 release. The download link is on the Podium product page. If you want to do more extensive stability testing then send me a mail and I can give you access to the latest full version. If you find stability issues with Podium I would like to get them fixed.

    in reply to: Preview 3.4: Codebase rewrite #42291
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Major version upgrades are traditionally being developed on an independent branch, separate from the work being done on minor feature and bug-fix updates to the current major version. Podium development is all done on one branch/timeline, and my aim is to implement and release feature updates gradually. So the major.minor.revision version numbering is somewhat misleading for Podium. I’ve been considering adopting the date based versioning scheme (“21.9”, “21.9.1”, “22.2” etc.).

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