asked Apr 05 '14 at 18:21 by taras (46)

Is there a way to import midifiles?

You can drag and drop midi files into arrangement from outside of Bitwig or you can use their file browser on the right to drag and drop into your project also. So two methods that I know about for importing.

You cannot export midi files that I'm aware of though.

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answered Apr 05 '14 at 19:51 by jaesm (118)

edited Apr 05 '14 at 19:55

Thanks! Although, drag and drop does not seem to work here (same goes out for audiofiles, see picture) Only way to make it work, is to add folders to my library..

http://nl.tinypic.com/r/2lkfdaa/8

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answered Apr 05 '14 at 20:19 by taras (46)

edited Apr 05 '14 at 20:20

That's really strange. It is working for me. I just tried it again to make sure. I have gotten that 'can't drop here' circle/slash symbol thing with an audio file once but I tried a different file and it worked. Maybe try a different midi file?

  — (Apr 05 '14 at 20:55) jaesm

Try dropping it in the arranger timeline panel first and then to a clip f.e.

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answered Apr 05 '14 at 21:35 by Solidtrax (919)

unfortunately, that does not work as well, really weird.
I found lots of bugs after working with BItwig the whole day

  — (Apr 05 '14 at 21:45) taras

Are you on 1.05? If so, I would report this to support. Including a detailed report of your configuration. If not, try upgrading first.

  — (Apr 05 '14 at 22:01) Solidtrax

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