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When i exported, i double clicked the marker then export mixdown was named automatically with the marker name. Let us remember that the entire export function was redesigned as batch handbufh and the new naming scheme was introduced, which are awesome and well working features. As for the layout, that’s easy enough to control.
Who is online Users browsing this forum: Edit – Select Events under Cursor 3. And the most important thing: So, I’m importing, but immediately, there are all sorts of strange inconsisties. Also the marker track has wx3 changed changed quite a bit. I hate these warped decisions that make the user’s life harder, not easier.
A reasonable well formulated feature request as in the OP makes more sense then ranting, hating or blathering about business theories that are not in accordance with the facts. Then it faded away after some posts, some new bumps came He did confirmed that this feature was replaced by the new naming scheme and the undocumented “export by cycle marker names” feature wil be used by SB as a Nuendo-only feature in the future.
That used to be default and was working smoothly for years, must cubass somewhat simple to work it in again, no? Transport – Locate Next Event 2.
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Breadcrumb Home Forums Support and bug reports. What do you think? Lots of other notes are also strangely presented.
I did write about the removal of this function after cubase 5, then after 5. You can also use Breaks to force line breaks wherever you want. When lots of guys were getting angry about this incident, now you offered a solution. I just read the 6. Please log in first to post your question. I do whole albums in one project, it’s quicker and easier for me to manage.
Please reintroduce a naming scheme based on the name and number of the marker. To be more constructive here is my feature request may be part of this thread for some Everytime i export tracks i get mad at steinberg, i could understand if it was an error, or if someone forgot to code it back with the implementation of the new scheme.
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Handbuuch information I got this “removed feature” was from Arnd Kaiser, one of your product planner via PM. Is it really complex to put it back as an option or what? Should I downgrade to keep only this feature Users browsing this forum: It’s often easier to just recreate a score from scratch than to use MIDI. No marker name as it was before, so i had to type every name of every song, again and again and again everytime i do a mixdown.
Hi, Let’s not have this thread go down the obsessive anti Steinberg conspiracy theory road. I really miss my old workflow and it gets me mad everytime i have to type it all over again. Is this a solution that satisfy any legal Cubase user? I asked one of the member of the Cubase product planning team where is this feature now. To edit or delete the instrument name, right click the staff and select Staff Properties.
Hi guys, I’m trying to learn my way around MuseScore, and I’m having some trouble. How do I delete the indented one and add a header? In reply to Thanks, but unfortunately by Nocturnalist. The workflow could even be quicker by optimizing it with macros. I read some topics about it on cubase. They removed a working and hanbduch useful feature for just buisness reasons.
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Is there a way to do it en masse? Removing a feature like this is a devalution of Cubase. I used this feature cycle marker names inserted automatically into the file name field at activating the Mixdown everytime in Cubase 5.