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bulk rename 1 year 8 months ago #7

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Sorry for my late on this bug. I tried different configuration, but I couldn't reproduce the bug. The tool "trim to loopend" only process one sample, the others remain untouched. I'm using Windows 10 but I don't know why it should be different!
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bulk rename 1 year 8 months ago #8

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yes, if you select only 1 sample and Trim to loopend there is no problem, the issue is; using multiple selection (AKA Bulk), both with Trim to loopend and Rename!
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bulk rename 1 year 8 months ago #9

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Not confirmed.
Win7, Polyphone 1.9
Tools => Sample => Trim to loop end => (All samples)
Right Click => Bulk Rename => (All Samples)
Result: All loop points preserved.
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bulk rename 1 year 8 months ago #10

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drive.google.com/file/d/1IhjqpYhkKN4ugSm...5lM/view?usp=sharing
so this happens only to me and my system?
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bulk rename 1 year 8 months ago #11

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This seems normal to me. If you selected "trim to loop end", it means that the part after the loop end for the selected samples will be removed. In many cases, this tool makes the file lighter without impairing the quality of the soundfont (the part after the loop end is often never read).
Also, this tool can apply automatically during the wav import if you check the corresponding option here:
www.polyphone-soundfonts.com/en/document...anual/settings/146#1
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bulk rename 1 year 8 months ago #12

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i create soundfonts for more than 20 years, so i know what Trim to loopend means. cant you see that all the loopsettings are gone? the green and red lines that indicated the loop before trimming? the samples which you see in the video DONT LOOP ANYMORE after Trim to loopend. loopsettings are gone.
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