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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007178||bugs||2016-12-14 00:08||2020-04-17 21:26|
|Status||closed||Resolution||no change required|
|Platform||kxstudio||OS||ubutu 14.04.5 low latency||OS Version|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007178: "Stop at end of session" doesn't work when recording|
|Description||"Stop at end of session" is enabled but doesn't stop when recording. Only works on playback.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Make sure you have an existing end marker, then record a take. Transport continues past end of session and must be stopped manually.|
|Additional Information||This has not worked since Ardour 3. Duplicated problem on every git build and release version since then.|
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I consider this a feature, not a bug.
In the majority of cases you would not want the recording to stop, and be truncated, just because you hit the end marker. Especially if the End marker was set automatically by the previous recording pass. (which is how it works, normally).
If you have a technical reason where you -must- stop on the End marker, a Lua script could do that.
I also consider this to be a feature, not a bug.
If you want to stop somewhere, just set the punch range appropriately, and only engage "Punch Out".
Ah, ok. I understand what you're saying, even if it's a feature I don't use.
Just happens to be very inconvenient for me when I'm running back and forth across a room with a bass strapped around my neck. What I need is a one-button stompbox to send start/stop hands-free...
but I think Paul nailed it with the punch range suggestion. I'll give that a go.
||cleanup old tickets|
|2016-12-14 00:08||mc888||New Issue|
|2016-12-19 18:42||BenLoftis||Note Added: 0019174|
|2016-12-19 21:24||paul||Note Added: 0019176|
|2016-12-29 05:04||mc888||Note Added: 0019232|
|2020-04-17 21:26||mc888||Status||new => closed|
|2020-04-17 21:26||mc888||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2020-04-17 21:26||mc888||Note Added: 0021380|