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Steven de Jong

Fit To Time bugs

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Currently working with the Fit To Time function and encountering very frustrating bugs.

  1. If you call Fit To Time on an audio clip and it's not bounced to a clip first, the audio is stretched but unpredictably.
  2. Quite often entering an end time in the dialog doesn't actually stretch the audio clip to that time; I've spent the last hour trying to get my clips to stretch to 46:01:000 for example, and they keep being stretched to 45:03:000. (Same if I input time in mm:ss:tt.)
  3. If you enter something wrong and press OK, you get a dialog informing you a (ridiculous) default value will be chosen and you can't cancel.
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what happens if you bounce to clip first? it seems likely that a clip not bounced (effectively locked) could be prone to errors if there is some offsets in the audio being stretched.

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Sorry for the late reply.

Bouncing to a clip gives more predictable outcomes. BUT let's be honest, this should not make a difference. The unbounced clip has a start and end time in the audio source file, surely it should be possible to fit it to a given time correctly?

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