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Help and Questions / Quick question about Mixing/Normalizing
« Last post by vince94 on February 12, 2017, 18:25:39 »
Over the past few years, I've been making a SNES-style soundtrack mod for Cave Story+ with OpenMPT in my free time. Since all of the songs are finished now, I was able to successfully convert the exported FLACs into seamlessly-looped Ogg Vorbis files, which the game engine can play back. However, when you hear it change from song to song in-game, it sometimes feels like some of the songs are too loud or too quiet in comparison to each other.
I'm surprised that this is happening, since I made sure to click Normalize Output on every export. I don't know much about mixing and mastering, or if those terms are even appropriate in the context of tracker music, but does anyone have any experience with this kind of issue, or know what I should do to further even things out?
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Help and Questions / Re: Orderlist
« Last post by FWL on February 10, 2017, 22:02:57 »
Hello saga,

I downloaded the latest testversion and the issue persists. Shift+Ctrl+C doesn't seem to work as shortcut for "copy order".

And selecting, copying and pasting with the mouse doesn't give the results i expect. But maybe i'm doing things wrong. So in the attachment there's a pic with the start position, the intended paste position and the result (all by mouse).

If this is the way it's supposed to work then nevermind, i can work with it.

Thanks again!

FWL
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Help and Questions / Re: Orderlist
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 09, 2017, 23:13:12 »
Before validating any more of what you posted, please try the latest test version at https://buildbot.openmpt.org/ because OpenMPT 1.27 has quite a few changes in the order list handling code.
Generally there is a difference between keyboard and mouse handling because keyboard handling is done in the context of the pattern editor (i.e. it tries to paste at the current cursor position), while mouse handling works in the context of the orderlist editor (i.e. it tries to paste at the upper-left corner of the currently selected pattern).

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When you use your keyboard you can select more than one orderslot to set as paste location and match the length of the copied orderrange to the paste location range.
The length of the current order selection does not matter at all when pasting.
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Help and Questions / Orderlist
« Last post by FWL on February 09, 2017, 22:09:34 »
Hello everyone,

I can't seem to get the commands in the orderlist to work as expected

It seems as if the way copying and pasting patterns in the order list behaves is dependent on selection by keyboard or mouse. When you select a pattern by mouse and paste it to another orderposition it doesn't see the selected paste positon as the currently edited pattern (event though there's a dashed border) but pastes the pattern next to the position of the original copied pattern.

Also i can't seem to get the "Copy order" to work. The same issue as above is happening. And it seems that the keyboard shortcut Shift+Ctrl+C doesn't work. Furthermore when you copy an order-range by mouseclick and paste it further along the list only the first pattern in the range gets pasted. When you then click in the empty "orderslots"  the other copied patterns in the orderrange appear.

When you use your keyboard you can select more than one orderslot to set as paste location and match the length of the copied orderrange to the paste location range. This seems to work, but you've got to use a combination of keyboard shortcuts and mouse because of the previous mentioned isues (shortcut Shift+Ctrl+C, paste position with mouse, and when multiple orderpositions are selected pasting isn't an option in the contextual mousemenu).

I hope i explained it clear enough and it could also be that i´m just doing things the wrong way.

Thanks in advance for your reaction.

FWL
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Development Corner / Re: Latest test builds
« Last post by Diamond on February 09, 2017, 21:47:54 »
Yes, it is working for me with Internet Explorer 10 now.  Thanks.
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Development Corner / Re: Latest test builds
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 09, 2017, 21:42:10 »
Server configuration has been modified and seems to work again on older browsers. Maybe Mozilla's SSL configuration generator was broken when I used it to set up my server.
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Development Corner / Re: Latest test builds
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 09, 2017, 15:52:21 »
Strange. I'll look into configuration differences between the two servers to hopefully allow some older clients back in.
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Development Corner / Re: Latest test builds
« Last post by Diamond on February 09, 2017, 14:42:38 »
You're probably right about wget.  I was using GNU Wget 1.16.3 for Windows.  I updated to version 1.18 and it works without the --no-check-certificate switch now.  I also updated my scripts to access builds.openmpt.org directly.  As for IE, who knows?  I'm running Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7.  Perhaps it's just being temporarily flakey.
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Development Corner / Re: Latest test builds
« Last post by manx on February 09, 2017, 14:08:53 »
Are you using Windows XP?

In can reproduce the problem with IE 8 on Windows XP with https://builds.openmpt.org/ .
https://openmpt.org/ works fine.
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Development Corner / Re: Latest test builds
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 09, 2017, 11:58:33 »
Maybe your particular version of wget does not like the fact that builds.openmpt.org uses a different SSL certificate than buildbot.openmpt.org, because both domains are hosted on different servers. Or the IdenTrust root certificate is missing in that wget version.
Like manx, I cannot reproduce the problem with wget 1.18.

Edit: builds.openmpt.org runs on my own server which deploys a more modern HTTPS configuration than openmpt.org and thus fails on some older clients. But even Internet Explorer on Windows 7 can connect to it here. On Windows XP you will be out of luck with Internet Explorer, though.
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