asked Oct 01 '15 at 01:15 by Joan (66)

edited Oct 07 '15 at 20:13

when I edit audio, Bitwig off. I have Ubuntu.

Is this happening with any audio file?

  — (Oct 06 '15 at 17:56) riot ♦♦

Was the audio in Raw mode?

  — (Oct 06 '15 at 17:57) riot ♦♦

By the way, this sporadic issue seems to be fixed in Bitwig 1.3. After working few days with 1.3 : Everything is running stable as always again in this version.


answered Oct 28 '15 at 22:43 by quasd (66)

Yes, you're right, with version 1.3 works very well.

  — (Oct 29 '15 at 01:28) Joan

Same here using Ubuntu and when using a Project created with Bitwig 1.1

Without any changes in the Bitwig 1.1 Project and even without activated audio-engine: Bitwig crashes when zooming in/out an audio-file each time.

After i have used one new audio-file in this Project it never happened again until now in Bitwig 1.2.


answered Oct 02 '15 at 22:09 by quasd (66)

edited Oct 02 '15 at 22:12

How did you zoom? Was the audio file in Raw mode?

  — (Oct 06 '15 at 17:57) riot ♦♦

in stretch mode

  — (Oct 06 '15 at 21:38) Joan

To save it with the new version 1.2 no longer crashes

  — (Oct 06 '15 at 21:39) Joan

@riot When the Magnify-Mouse Icon appears in the Beat Grid above the Audio-Clip: holding the left mouse-button moving up/down the mouse to zoom in/out. The clip was in Stretch-Mode. It only seems to happen in some Projects (saved with Bitwig 1.1) with larger mp3-encoded files. It actually happened today again 5 times in a row with an Project(1.1) i started to work on again. (after a week with no failures at all ;) After i have loaded the same mp3-file to another track the error didn't occur anymore. Maybe some issue with the already saved Stretch/Onsets-Data?

  — (Oct 10 '15 at 22:34) quasd

You're right quasd, I have saved the project with the new version 1.2 and now when I edit audio Bitwig no longer closed. When I try the 1.2.x beta also made me, but believed it to Beta. Thanks a lot. :)


answered Oct 06 '15 at 21:36 by Joan (66)

o no, it still doing.


answered Oct 07 '15 at 11:56 by Joan (66)

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Asked: Oct 01 '15 at 01:15

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Last updated: Oct 29 '15 at 01:28