Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

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Vincent Burel
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby Vincent Burel » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:48 am

next version will display a countdown ... before splash screen

mipsou
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby mipsou » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:02 am

I found a minor problem recurring but embarrassing.

I have a Focusrite 18i20 Gen2.

It often happens that I have "System settings / Options ..." ASIO input routing not loaded correctly when starting Potato.

The loaded routing configuration is in conflict with my External FX Patch return. Screenshot loaded at startup. Image

Loaded screenshot saved. Image

intz111
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby intz111 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 12:01 pm

intz111 wrote:1. The Voicemeeter window seems to overlay the entire desktop, making everything in the background unusable.
Red is the area Voicemeeter takes up, although the graphical bit is quite smaller. This makes the whole red area unclickable.
Blue is Voicemeeters taskbar, i can drag the app with it, even when i click outside of the Voicemeeter GUI.
Green/Yellow is where i can click and interact with desktop or other apps.
https://i.imgur.com/SXGKtBm.png


This problem disappeared after I bought the license.

Pitz
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby Pitz » Tue Jan 15, 2019 10:55 am

intz111 wrote:
intz111 wrote:1. The Voicemeeter window seems to overlay the entire desktop, making everything in the background unusable.
Red is the area Voicemeeter takes up, although the graphical bit is quite smaller. This makes the whole red area unclickable.
Blue is Voicemeeters taskbar, i can drag the app with it, even when i click outside of the Voicemeeter GUI.
Green/Yellow is where i can click and interact with desktop or other apps.
https://i.imgur.com/SXGKtBm.png


This problem disappeared after I bought the license.


is there an difference between the paid and the free version?
i cant find anything regarding this

JBP
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby JBP » Tue Jan 15, 2019 1:45 pm

Pitz wrote:is there an difference between the paid and the free version?
i cant find anything regarding this
Voicemeeter is not freeware.
It is donationware!
You can try it without any limitation, but should donate if you use it regularly.

Potato has a little nag screen that pops up every 6 hours and restarts (interrupts) the audio engine, to remind you to donate.

Banana and the standard version have no nag screen.
But both are donationware, too!

DOCa Cola
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby DOCa Cola » Sun Jan 27, 2019 2:01 pm

There is an issue with the patch insert settings that are saved to profile files and remembered after a restart. When you save a profile in Potato (3.0.0.7), the settings for some of the inserts of in7 and all of in8 are never saved in the xml file.
The same happens if you close and restart Voicemeeter, the patch insert settings are reset for the inserts of in7 and in8.

Vincent Burel
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby Vincent Burel » Mon Jan 28, 2019 3:19 pm

note it and will correct it in next version...

Delgado
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Re: Voicemeeter Potato Preliminary Beta version

Postby Delgado » Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:53 am

Hi guys!
First please let me express my admiration for the amazing Voicemeeter tool.
It even integrates perfectly with Sonarworks Reference Systemwide.

Now regarding Potato:
Am I overlooking something, or is there only a graphic EQ and no compressor as insert effect available?
Why is there no compressor?


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