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bulk rename 2 years 1 month ago #1

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after using the bulk rename utility all loopsettings are wiped.
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bulk rename 2 years 1 month ago #2

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Hello,

Could you please be more specific?
Are you speaking about the loop settings in the samples themselves or in the instrument table?

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Davy
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bulk rename 2 years 1 month ago #3

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hi Davy, i always set the loops in my soundeditor (Sony Soundforge) and import the samples in Creative Vienna or Polyphone. these loopsettings are always accepted and work fine, but when i use the bulkrename, all settings are wiped out (the loopbeginning is set to zero and the loopend somewhere in the tail of the sample).
i am in Windows7.

another topic:
i looked for how to set loops in Polyphone, but i cannot find any zoomfacility in the sampleview to match begin and end precisely. Soundforge is easier of course, but sometimes it could be handy to make a change inside Polyphone.
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bulk rename 2 years 1 month ago #4

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Thank you for these details I'll check this.

You can use the right click to zoom: click the right button somewhere in the graph, keep the button on and move the mouse to the right. A zoom will be applied around the initial point.
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bulk rename 2 years 6 days ago #5

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hi Davy, i had the same problem a few times more after using Bulk Rename and Automatic Distribution in soundfonts that were not created in Polyphone, Saving the soundfont before using these utilities helps, but not Always (i think Polyphone does not perform a Save when no changes are made).
but it also happens in a newly set up soundfont in Polyphone, before a first Save is made.
i start New; give a name; create a new Instrument; create a new Preset; then import looped samples (i always use New Samples in the Tree-window, i can see in the Sample-window that the loopsettings are accepted); assign Root Keys and when i use Automatic Distribution all loops are gone.
when first i Save the soundfont and then use Automatic Distribution the loopsettings remain.
regards, bottrop
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bulk rename 1 year 11 months ago #6

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drive.google.com/file/d/11Gn2cK_GOavo4i2...ogN/view?usp=sharing
here is a small soundfont for you to check
you can see the loopsettings at Samplestage
select all samples
Tools>Instrument>Trim to loopend
and on my computer(Windows7) all loopsettings are gone.
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