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Sony updates ACID Pro to v5.0a

Sony Creative Software

Sony has updated ACID Pro to v5.0a.

Changes:

  • A bug has been fixed that could cause ACID Pro software to scan for plug-ins every time the application started.
  • A bug has been fixed that could cause the application to crash when changing the sample rate to 192 kHz (via the ACID Project Properties dialog or the driver applet) when using a MOTU 869HD.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused summary information to be removed from files when saving ACID information.
  • The Downmix Output button in the Mixer window now works correctly.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused an "Unsupported Media Type" error message to be displayed when rendering to a sample rate that is not supported for playback.
  • The Media Manager Options dialog now allows you to delete media-usage relationship information from the current database.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused some ACID 4.0 projects that use custom DLS sound sets on soft synth busses to revert to the default General MIDI sound set when opening the project in ACID 5.0 software.
  • A bug has been fixed that could maximize processor usage when applying a groove to a long loop.
  • Multiple ReWire bugs have been fixed.
  • HDV project and rendering templates (AVI, MPEG-2, and Windows Media Video) have been added.
  • ACID playback now follows host time signature when used as a ReWire device.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused playback to restart from the beginning of the loop bar when dragging the loop bar.
  • A bug has been fixed that prevented ACID from synchronizing properly when generating MIDI clock and using large buffer sizes.
  • A bug has been fixed that reversed the behavior of the up and down arrow keys when holding Ctrl+Alt+Shift to zoom.
  • A bug has been fixed that could cause a crash when expanding a folder track while playing from the Track Properties window.
  • PAL, half-PAL, and half-NTSV frame rates have been added to the Video tab in the Custom Settings dialog for the Windows Media Video 9 plug-in.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused the Export Loops command to export only the first track in your project.
  • Regions and markers that occur at the end of rendered file are now adjusted so they occur on the last audio sample of the rendered file. If you're rendering the loop region only, any region that extends beyond the loop region is adjust so the region end occurs on the last audio sample. This adjustment prevents warning messages when the rendered files are opened in Sound Forge software.
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