2.0.0 has arrived



  • @Christoph-Hart Just watched the keynote!!!! You rock man. Solid as stone!!!! Also found SOUL.... Interesting



  • Ah, it's a typo, good to know, i downloaded it several times on my mac with the same result, hehe.. 🙂

    But one question, i started a project in Hise by myself, too. I created a new project and started building a first test with the sampler... After making several groups i stopped working on it and continued some hours later again. I loaded up the last project and everything i made in the sampler was gone so i re-loaded the project without any luck. It was gone, why is it that?

    I loaded up the correct project because i can see my settings of the project i started, but everything i added, like the sampler instrument or the background screen is gone...

    Frank



  • @xenox-afl Did you load up the correct preset? .hip or .xml depending on which format you chose to save it as.



  • @xenox-afl I've experienced this as well when switching between projects. I have to exit out of the program and start HISE again for it to work.



  • Hi Frank,

    you need to save to either an XML file or a binary .hip file. The project is just the root folder that is used to grab all required external resources.

    Also apart from the main XML / .hip files there are many different file types which are all saved individually - samplemaps, scripts, user presets. The idea behind this is to improve the workflow with version control systems like Git or SVN.



  • @christoph-hart said in 2.0.0 has arrived:

    you need to save to either an XML file or a binary .hip file. The project is just the root folder that is used to grab all required external resources.

    Is there any reason to use the .hip format?



  • Thank you all for the help, i will give a try...

    Frank



  • @d-healey said in 2.0.0 has arrived:

    @christoph-hart said in 2.0.0 has arrived:

    you need to save to either an XML file or a binary .hip file. The project is just the root folder that is used to grab all required external resources.

    Is there any reason to use the .hip format?

    Yes I still use it for intermediate versions and scratch presets because they embed everything into one file.


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