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Old 08-24-2001, 10:26 AM
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Default Setup/Hardware_Delay audio

Name: ivo dias
Email: ivo.dias@ccaa.com.br

Audio Cards: Digi 001
Audio Interfaces: Digi 001
Digidesign Software: D-Verb
Version: 5.1.1
Computer model and speed: PIII 450Mhz
Amount of RAM installed: 352 Mb
Operating System: WIN 98 SE

Description of problem:
1- I'M TRYING TO SET THE MAXIMUM HARDWARE BUFFER SIZE CHOOSING "SETUP/HARDWARE", BUT I'M NOT
THIS WINDOW IS NOT DISPLAYED FOR ME
2- WHEM I SET THE CHANNEL FOR RECORDING
I SEE(IN THE VU´S) A LITTLE DELAY BETWEEN THE INPUT AUDIO AND THE MONITORING OUTPUT.
BEST REGARDS
IVO DIAS [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]
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