[studiorecorder] Re: A few issues

That did the trick; thanks.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Duane Iverson" <diverson@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2009 10:35 AM
Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: A few issues


change the view from wave view to time view.
When in wave view it moves very slowly through a file using the right and 
left
arrow keys.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Don Barrett" <donter@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2009 5:39 AM
Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: A few issues


> Thanks Curtis and Mary.
>
> Regarding the rw and ff keystrokes, I deliberately set them for three
> seconds which I like because I can move quickly around in a file while it 
> is
> playing.  However, when the file has been stopped, the three second jump 
> is
> no longer honored.  In other words, the rw and ff keys act differently 
> when
> a file is playing versus when it is stopped. Can they be made to act the
> same according to one's preference regardless of whether the file is 
> playing
> or not?
>
> Concerning the auto play on navigation, if when a file is stopped, up or
> down arrow is hit, the navigation occurs and the file starts playing if 
> auto
> play on navigation has been checked.  I would like the same thing to occur
> when rw and ff are hit in a stopped file.  I guess my bottom line is that
> for a stopped file, why doesn't rw and ff navigation engage auto play as
> does the up and down arrow sequences.
>
> Again thanks.
>
> Don
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Curtis Delzer" <curtis@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2009 5:23 AM
> Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: A few issues
>
>
> I'll reply below your questions.
>
>
> At 10:56 PM 3/14/2009, you wrote:
>
>
>
>>1. I was 20 minutes in to a 30 minute file today and I hit shift-f6 to
>>insert something I had left out.  When I hit escape, I found that the 
>>piece
>>I inserted was the last thing in the file and the last ten minutes had 
>>been
>>thrown away.  Thank the universe for the undo feature which allowed me to
>>get my ten minutes of hard work back.  Does anyone know why the shift-f6
>>might have done that?
>
> You had something selected and did not undo your selection. SR always
> records where you are selected, always undo selections after you've
> made them, even if when you delete what you've selected.
>
>
>
>>2. I set rewind and fast forward to three seconds and it works fine during
>>playback; however when a file is stopped, these keys revert to the very
>>tiny
>>distances that are the default.
>>Does anyone know why the setting doesn't hold in stop as it does in play?
>
> That may be the view you have displayed? I am not sure, though I
> wonder why you have such huge amounts of jump when you hit left or
> right arrow. You can use pre-roll and post roll for 3 seconds
> listening before and after your current position.
>
>
>>3. I converted my file to mp3 for posting as a podcast and during the
>>process, the percentages didn't automatically speak; can this be corrected
>>so the screen reader can track the progress?
>
> You could set a window at the bottom of your screen to keep track and
> update at a given percentage, though a feature may be added, Rob
> could have an idea about this.
>
>
>>4. The play on navigation only works on the up and down arrow key
>>sequences;
>>please consider allowing it to work on the rewind and fast forward key
>>sequences as well.  It's very frustrating to use these keys and to have to
>>constantly hit play after each rewind or ff after a stop. I prefer moving
>>by
>>small chunks of time than by phrases or the like as time movement is much
>>more exacting and predictable.
>
> When I hit rewind, fast forward, during play, there are no stops,
> skips by small increments, or by one minute steps with alt-left for
> back and alt-right for forward. Up, down, are for phrase navigation,
> and also work during play, skipping you forward, (down arrow) or
> back, (up arrow), by phrases, and continue playing. I wonder why your
> copy stops when you navigate by phrases? Do you have toggles turned
> on, though I don't know if that is the reason or not.
>
> Take care Don, and, hey, this program definitely has my vote and I've
> use the other main ones which we use, both GW and SF, in fact use SF
> because of it's NR capabilities, but for editing, SR just outshines
> them all, bar none whatever.
>
> Curtis Delzer.
> HS
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