[fruityloops] Re: Very weird exporting problems...

  • From: "P. Diddy Records" <p_diddy_records@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 15:02:20 -0700 (PDT)

I don't know whether it's cracked or not, because my
friend just said "Here, I don't need it anymore" and
gave me a copy on CD. But after hearing what y'all
have to say, I'm beginning to think that the program
is f*cking up my FLP files.

When I get the proper version of Fruity, how can I
resolve my problem with this one FLP file without
losing all my work?

--- AndyEbling <andyebling@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "P. Diddy Records" <p_diddy_records@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Friday, August 09, 2002 8:48 PM
> Subject: [fruityloops] Re: Very weird exporting
> problems...
> >
> > I tried exporting that weird FLP file from 3.4 and
> the
> > demo of 3.56... But it does the exact same thing.
> So
> > I'm pretty sure it's corrupt. But what can I do? I
> > don't want to lose my hard work.
> Which version was the FLP created in originally? 
> Its not unknown for
> cracked versions to corrupt FLPs exactly like this,
> so you risk loosing your
> work if you are using a cracked version or
> originally created the FLP in a
> cracked version.
> > Another thing, what's this "looping mode"? I don't
> > seem to be able to find it...
> File->Export->Wav File
> ...which brings up a dialog asking where to save the
> file, you then select a
> file name and click save.
> You then get the wav render dialog box.  The looping
> mode option is set in a
> drop down box about half way down the left side of
> the window.  The options
> are cut remainder, leave remainder, wrap remainder. 
> You want leave
> remainder.
> Something else to check, have you accidentally
> filled in a pattern a long
> way off the end of the song?  I'm wondering if
> fruity is trying to render
> megabyte upon megabyte of silence.
> If you want, you can mail me the flp (without the
> samples etc) and I can
> have a look at it and try and figure it out.  I
> can't promise anything, but
> its worth a go.
> Andy

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