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Cycling '74

Cycling '74 updates Max to v7.2.2

Cycling '74 has updated Max to v7.2.2.

New Features:

  • Factory media: updated media movie files for better compatibility with VIDDLL.
  • Gen: dattorro reverb example.
  • jit.movie help and ref: updated for new video engines.
  • nslider: added @staffs attribute for display of staff lines.
  • Package Manager: factory package updates, ratings, new toolbar item, etc.
  • poly~: new @mpemode attribute for direct voice allocation based on MPE voice from mpeevent message.
  • VIDDLL: Included in factory install and is the default video engine for Windows.

Fixed Bugs:

  • buffer~: removed artificial 250 channel limit.
  • Crash recovery: restores subpatcher changes.
  • gen~: division optimization.
  • gen~: fixed usage of loop iterator for poke () channel index.
  • jit.pwindow: fixed crash in MFL when loadbanging fsaa and interp attributes.
  • kslider: fixed polyphonic mode deselection issues.
  • Max DB: fixed missing files in internal Packages.
  • Max For Live Devices: movie files can be found in frozen amxd.
  • MIDI: multiple MIDI devices of the same type are given a '#' suffix.
  • packages: .maxzip files are not added to 'Recent' menu, but the unzipped Project is.
  • parameter: fixed crash when deferring output.
  • pipe: fixed crash with lots of floats.
  • poly~: fixed 'bad number' error from note messages with symbols.
  • poly~: fixed 'target 0' float input issues.
  • poly~: fixed crash with MIDInote message when a bogus patcher is used.
  • prototypes/styles: now saved to ~/Documents/Max 7.
  • standalone: fix for 'fileusage' problem when building a collective from a patcher.
  • standalone: fixed numerous Jitter errors related to jit.gen, jit.gl.passes and friends.
  • standalone: viddll.engine properly found when included in standalone.
  • VIDDLL: fix for toggling output_texture and minor updates.
  • VIDDLL: improved playback when looping, reverse, palindrome, etc.
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