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Hi,

I’m fairly new to FMOD. I’ve added a Tempo Marker and I want to change it from the default 120 bpm to 100 bpm. My understanding is that I just need to double-click on the Tempo Marker to edit it but when I double-click nothing happens. Any ideas?

Thanks

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Hi Chris,

That certainly is odd behaviour. I have tested in 1.10.04 on Windows and Mac and both seem to work as expected.

Could you please verify if this happens in a new project as well, or is it just the project you’re working in? Could you open the logs (Window > Console > Logging) and see if there are any errors listed here?

Thanks,
Richard

  • Chris Shutt

    Hi Richard,

    It’s on a new project. I’ve just opened a new project, created a tempo marker and double clicked the marker and nothing? I uninstalled FMOD and tried re-installing (1.10.05) but still not working. I also downloaded FMOD on to my MacBook and it all seemed to work. This is what I get under Logging on my windows machine:

    11:12:12 [Initialize Sound System 0x00000000049c1e90]: Time started
    11:12:13 [Initialize Sound System 0x00000000049c1e90]: Time taken is 314.38ms
    11:12:14 Web channel server started on: wss://127.0.0.1:12345
    11:12:14 [Initialize Sound System 0x000000000556a280]: Time started
    11:12:15 fmod_systemi.cpp(2759), SystemI::init(): Output requires a sample rate of 44100Hz, resampling will occur.
    11:12:15 [Initialize Sound System 0x000000000556a280]: Time taken is 979.33ms
    11:12:15 [Uninitialize Sound System 0x000000000556a280]: Time started
    11:12:15 [Uninitialize Sound System 0x000000000556a280]: Time taken is 47.41ms
    11:12:15 [Initialize Sound System 0x000000000556a280]: Time started
    11:12:16 fmod_systemi.cpp(2759), SystemI::init(): Output requires a sample rate of 44100Hz, resampling will occur.
    11:12:16 [Initialize Sound System 0x000000000556a280]: Time taken is 562.11ms
    11:12:16 ScriptServer started on 0.0.0.0 (3663)
    11:12:17 fmod_objectlookup.h(119), ObjectLookup::get(): Lookup failed for Routable: {126cb4a9-051c-474e-9e83-00290986e088}
    11:12:22 fmod_objectlookup.h(119), ObjectLookup::get(): Lookup failed for Routable: {b5705160-ff33-4e78-a537-a92e2d492d75}
    11:12:22 fmod_objectlookup.h(119), ObjectLookup::get(): Lookup failed for Routable: {d611c1a4-09ef-4cd0-9bcc-edeb10d8e694}

    Thanks
    Chris

  • Richard Simms

    Hi Chris,

    This looks to just be the initialization of the FMOD system. Do you see anything listed as being an error? It will also be coloured red.

    Thanks,
    Richard

  • Richard Simms

    Hi Chris,

    Are you still having issues with editing tempo markers?

    Thanks,
    Richard

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