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0007003ardourotherpublic2016-09-17 12:32
ReporterEbardie Assigned Totimbyr  
Status feedbackResolutionopen 
PlatformUbuntuOSLinuxOS VersionXenial
Product Version5.3 
Summary0007003: Post-export analysis checkbox reverts to checked no matter what
DescriptionIt's annoying to have to uncheck it every single time since I don't want a modal window popping up post export.

The post-export analysis checkbox should be persistent.
Steps To ReproduceExport audio, unchecking the post-export analysis option.
Re-export audio, and hello there checked post-export analysis option :¬)
Additional InformationThere's an "auto-analyse-audio" option in ~/.config/ardour5/config , but setting this from 1 to 0 doesn't effect any difference in behaviour.
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2016-09-02 09:16

reporter   ~0018536

Ignore additional info, on further inspection that's obvs. not post-export related.


2016-09-07 20:16

reporter   ~0018568

I can confirm this with Ardour 5.3.54-g835b874. I understand devs wanted people to test this when it was introduced, and that's why it probably defaults to "Always On". Now that we know the feature works, it would be nice if Ardour did remember how user set it last time and use that as the default.


2016-09-10 23:52

developer   ~0018593

I've committed a fix to master branch for this issue as commit dab6e8a2 which should be included in the next nightly build >= 5.3-59

Please test and confirm the issue is now fixed, thanks.


2016-09-13 14:33

reporter   ~0018630

There is still some unexpected behaviour:

- Create a session with one audio track and record a couple of seconds of audio
- Create a range on the range timeline that covers the recorded section
- Rightclick on one of the range markers and select "Export Range"
- Check that export format is the first one on the formats list: CD Redbook normalize peak wav 16bit, etc
- Untick "Analyze Exported Audio" and click on export

At this point everything works as expected

- Rightclick on one of the range markers again and select "Export Range"
- Change export format to: Flac 24bit normalize peak Flac 24-bit, etc
- Note that "Analyze Exported Audio" is still unticked so don't touch it.
- Export audio

At this point the Audio Analyze - window opens up even thought it was not selected in the options.


2016-09-13 14:35

reporter   ~0018631

Forgot to say that the above was tested with Ardour 5.3.70-g37f7d75 64bit, debug, gcc4 on UbuntuStudio 14.04


2016-09-14 11:01

developer   ~0018638

A proper fix for this issue has been committed to master branch as 1ee63d26 which will be included in a nightly build >= 5.3-100

Please test and let me know if it works as you expect.


2016-09-15 20:00

reporter   ~0018651

I tested with Ardour 5.3.101 and I can not get this to happen anymore. The bug is fixed, thanks timbyr :)


2016-09-17 12:32

developer   ~0018673

I have committed some further fixes relating this issue as of master @ 078889ef or nightly build >= 5.3.126

Should be no further changes in behaviour, just fixing a crash after export that was not always reproducible.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2016-09-02 09:10 Ebardie New Issue
2016-09-02 09:16 Ebardie Note Added: 0018536
2016-09-07 20:16 mhartzel Note Added: 0018568
2016-09-10 23:52 timbyr Note Added: 0018593
2016-09-13 14:33 mhartzel Note Added: 0018630
2016-09-13 14:35 mhartzel Note Added: 0018631
2016-09-14 11:01 timbyr Note Added: 0018638
2016-09-15 20:00 mhartzel Note Added: 0018651
2016-09-17 12:32 timbyr Note Added: 0018673
2016-09-17 12:32 timbyr Assigned To => timbyr
2016-09-17 12:32 timbyr Status new => feedback