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Gatekeeper 05-22-2009 04:48 PM

Elastic Audio: Create Warp Markers From Analysis
 
Forgive me if I'm missing something here, but is there any way to have PT create a warp marker at all analysis points on an elastic audio enabled track without selecting the whole file and quantizing it to the grid? Having to double-click or win-click the analysis marker in warp view gets pretty tiresome after a while; I'd much rather just have the warp markers be there and be able to grab and move them. Thanks in advance :D,

EDIT: Also, another thing I'm curious about is that on some tracks, I can hover over the analysis point in warp view and the cursor will automatically turn into the <-> with the + so that I can single click, creating a warp marker and be able to move it. Other times this behavior isn't there, and I have no idea as to why. If someone can tell me what I need to do to have this behavior happening all the time, it'd be much appreciated. Thanks again.

Mike

danander11 05-22-2009 05:32 PM

Re: Elastic Audio: Create Warp Markers From Analysis
 
Set the EA mode.
Click the first transient marker of the region you are in. A warp marker will be placed at the begining of the region.
Create a warp marker at the very end of the region.

Once you do that, every transient marker that you select between the two will automatically becomes a warp marker when you select it.

Fast and simple.

Gatekeeper 05-22-2009 05:37 PM

Re: Elastic Audio: Create Warp Markers From Analysis
 
Excellent! Thank ya much!

ifandonlyif 02-07-2018 07:45 AM

Re: Elastic Audio: Create Warp Markers From Analysis
 
Do you know of a way to automatically create a marker location at every transient? I'm trying to do some automated waveform analysis of a very large batch of files.

I'll love to export the marker location timestamps as a txt file and into a database for easy latency measurement.

I see that you can make an "analysis marker" on each transient within Elastic Audio, but I'd like a timestamped marker location for each of those same transients.

Any thoughts?


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