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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0008383ardourbugspublic2021-04-20 16:55
ReporterAliMacD Assigned To 
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformApple MacintoshOSMacOSOS Version10.12 or later
Product Version6.2 
Summary0008383: Stretch mode clock not changing
DescriptionAccording to the manual "The Stretch Mode tool is very similar in use to doing a trim in grab mode: the boundary (start or end) is Left-clicked and dragged to its wanted position. Notice a timer appearing, showing the new duration of the region using the same clock mode as in the primary transport clock."
"The Time Stretch Audio window is made of:
Duration The target duration of the region, expressed using the primary transport clock's mode"

For me Time Stretch Audio window duration is always bars and beats.
Steps To ReproduceSelect stretch mode. Click and drag on region. Release mouse: Time Stretch Audio window opens. Duration is in bars |beats format
Additional InformationWhile dragging, the number on screen correctly shows the primary clock value, but when the Time Stretch Audio window opens it reverts to bars & beats.
Both of my clocks are in minutes/seconds or a combination of things that are not bars & beats (which I never use)



2021-04-20 16:55

reporter   ~0025724

I hope this is an easy fix - it would be nice to be able to have the primary clock mode (mins & secs for me) shown in the timestretch window in the upcoming version of Ardour

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2020-08-27 13:45 AliMacD New Issue
2020-08-27 13:45 AliMacD Tag Attached: editing
2021-04-20 16:55 AliMacD Note Added: 0025724