Just to inform you, I am very close to release first beta version of NRGUI PRO. It will have a lot of minor improvements and changes, but one of the biggest advantages over old NRGUI will be rendering preview with ASIO support.
ericus wrote:Rendering preview? That's will be amazing for sure!
It's rather cool, I think. Previewing is done using Nebula Renderer (the same method as with actual rendering), but shorter wav sections are used (default 10 sec) - you can set your own preview range. Then preview segment is extracted from actual wav file, rendered and finally previewed. It's not the fastest method, but very effective when you get used to it
giancarlo wrote:slowness on the mac side was caused also by me. Francy has been waiting for the library for several mounths, I'm sorry I was a bit busy cause other developments
As I said - there are several reasons, but some of them are also my tight time schedule and my MAC programming 'skills', I highly doubt NRGUI OSX would be finished by now, even if ACQUA OSX library was already there.
Without excellent Nebula there would be no NRGUI and stuff, so there is absolutely no hurry, as I am concerned. Everything will come, slowly but surely
Now I am concentrating on this windows NRGUI PRO beta release. NRGUI PRO will be more efficient and easier to use - I can hardly imagine what else do we need for offline Nebula rendering purposes.
Still there are some wishes - changing program parameters (like eq) before rendering, separate processing gain for each file etc.
I hope this year I'll get an Macbook Pro, so future is bright, hehe