Old 01-09-2022, 08:23 AM   #1
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v6.45 - January 9 2022
  • + Media items: use very fast peaks normalization if possible rather than reading source media (6.44 regression)
  • + Normalize: do not crash if normalization loudness analysis is canceled by user
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Old 01-10-2022, 06:57 AM   #2
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Could there be a different value for each normalizing method and a separate action for each method? And even maybe some actions with hardcoded values similar to the current 0dB peak, e.g. to -23LUFS and other frequently used values*methods. (Btw the actions are to "+0dB peak". I was tought that the zero is not positive nor negative.)

I still use the SWS Normalize to -23LUFS because the action works the same all the time. I do not remember if a week ago my last settings were peaks to 0dB or LUFS to -23dB or possibly other method. And I do not want to open the window just to check it, I'd like to have a one click solution.
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Old 01-10-2022, 07:39 AM   #3
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And actually the difference between using the dialog and using the general "last settings" action is just one click in the best case.
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Old 01-11-2022, 06:58 AM   #4
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I have a bug since 6.44

When I open the FX window on the retina monitor (I work on macbook pro 2019) the dry/wet knob becomes larger than it should be. If I open FX window on the second monitor (full hd) then everything is displayed in the usual size.

I use not a default theme but everything was fine until v6.44. Theme I use called Paulie.
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Old 01-11-2022, 07:12 AM   #5
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I have a bug since 6.44

When I open the FX window on the retina monitor (I work on macbook pro 2019) the dry/wet knob becomes larger than it should be. If I open FX window on the second monitor (full hd) then everything is displayed in the usual size.

I use not a default theme but everything was fine until v6.44. Theme I use called Paulie.
Is this still the case in 6.45?
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Old 01-11-2022, 08:48 AM   #6
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Is this still the case in 6.45?
Yes, I'm installed this update yesterday, but the bug is still here.
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Old 01-11-2022, 09:03 AM   #7
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Does the theme define both gen_knob_bg_large and gen_knob_bg_small? Or can you link to the theme?
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Does the theme define both gen_knob_bg_large and gen_knob_bg_small? Or can you link to the theme?
I'm not sure (about your first question), but I think no, because on second monitor knob looks fine. On retina display it feels like it zoomed, looks very pixelated. I don't think this is a separate icon for a large knob. Here is link to the theme https://stash.reaper.fm/theme/1726/P...ip%20%28MAC%29

Also, if I open FX window on second display and drag it to main (retina) the size of the knob does not change, and the same vice versa (dragging from main to second display). The size depends only on which screen the FX window opened on.
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The theme only defines gen_knob_bg_small, not large. I think prior to 6.44 there was REAPER bug preventing the theme knob image from being used at all in this context. For a quick fix you can unzip the theme (on windows, right click, open with , unzip or 7-zip or whatever), remove the gen_knob_bg_small image, then re-zip.
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Old 01-11-2022, 10:45 AM   #10
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The theme only defines gen_knob_bg_small, not large. I think prior to 6.44 there was REAPER bug preventing the theme knob image from being used at all in this context. For a quick fix you can unzip the theme (on windows, right click, open with , unzip or 7-zip or whatever), remove the gen_knob_bg_small image, then re-zip.
It helped, thanks

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hmmm, I noticed that in some sense this bug has been preserved, but now it acts a little differently. When opened on a full HD display and dragged to the retina, the knob looks like this (01.jpg) but when I open on the retina, it looks like this (02.jpg). It seems to me that this is some kind of scaling problem. In addition, this happens on the default theme as well
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