'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

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'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

Post by dave007 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:25 am

there are times when i slip-edit audio in the arrange window that a message appears on the screen for a short time :

'realtime algorithm has been deactivated because pitch or or stretch factor lies outside the limits of the current preset.'

i supposed that it would refer to some sort of audiowarp, but the message appears even when i slip-edit a clip that has no audiowarp modifications made to it.

what causes this ?
is there something i should be doing that i'm not ?
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Re: 'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

Post by Martin.Jirsak » Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:12 am

Hi,

Is tha Audio event in the Musical Mode? Is any Time stretch applied?
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Re: 'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

Post by dave007 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 5:27 pm

Hi Martin,
Thanks for your reply.

No, there is no audiowarping on the clip, of any sort -- time, or pitch. I don't recall if it's in musical mode, I will check tomorrow.
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Re: 'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

Post by dave007 » Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:13 pm

this is starting to get really SUPER annoying... the message appears on the screen whether the track is in musical mode or not. it will appear any time i do anything with an audio clip that i've subjected to warping -- and that includes just moving the clip from one place to the next [i.e., don't even have to be editing it]. and it KEEPS REAPPEARING, whether i've made new changes or not. the message has also popped up -- bizarrely enough -- even when i've edited MIDI tracks. HOW CAN I MAKE THIS GO AWAY ?? to be frank, i really don't give a damn whether or not one of the clips conforms to some sort of preset, but i hate it when i'm getting up close and personal with a clip and this message appears ad nauseum, blocking my view ! :evil: :x :cry:

any help appreciated.

thanks !!!
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Re: 'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

Post by 40W » Wed Mar 13, 2019 9:45 pm

+1

Can anybody explain what's going on here? I'm seeing this message all the time when warping also :(
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Re: 'realtime algorithm has been deactivated'

Post by Benjamin Blue » Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:37 pm

I may have a solution. Well, it has stopped with me and also the crashes seem to have stopped which were happening when I tried to open the wave form in the main editor as opposed to the lower zone editor. This actually started to crash when I opened the midi editor too. Both midi and wave were working in lower zone, just when I opened the full editor it crashed. Fingers crossed it has stopped.

I went into media pool ctrl + p then changed all audio event algorithms that were not Standard Solo to Standard Solo. Many of mine were set on Elastique - Time.

I hope it helps!
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