There is a reason the PDF to Epub3 is not that simple for you .... it's not a simple thing to do. We have spent a lot of time and money on trying to import PDF - and it might be doable, but we also (as every other company) get a lot of garbled text out of it.
It is more doable to add the ability to open a doc file - and we will try to get around to that in the future.
Regarding open or Import ... it's a mistake in the tutorial. It is Open. Import is a function used for adding material to an already existing session.
The waveforms are rectified by design. There are a number of reasons why - but the main reason is that you get more information about the audio than you do with traditional waveforms.
If you make a side by side comparison, then you will see the difference.
This makes it easier to see, for instance, breaths.
It might take some getting used to - but there is a thought behind it.
No there is list view for the cue point.
We might be able to do that in 2.0
It is possible to set Cue Point in the audio itself. When setting Cue Points the markers will follow the edits.
Yes, we introduced Mute some time back. So Cmd M is what you are looking for
The Latest update of Hindenburg PRO support both -14 & -18 LUFS
It's a minor thing for us to add a -18 LUFS setting. The reason that we have not done it so far has been that -16 has been the Podcast "Standard"
But as it goes with standards ... they increase in numbers.
We hope to be able to implement something down the lines of this in Hindenburg 2.0
I seem to remember answering you in Support right?
Thanks for the input. We do have plans to support 96khz in the future but we can't really promise when. It might not be out before the upcoming Hindenburg 2.0
That is a good idea. But with the current Session / File structure it is not possible.
We are looking at a feature to compact a session (truncating the original files) and will also experiment with converting Wav to FLAC.
Thanks for the input and comments.
We are looking at many of the feature ideas that you all have - and many will be found in the upcoming version (Hindenburg 2,0) that we are working on.
That said, then I might cast some light on some of the questions.
You can get information about the original file and offset by right-clicking on the region and selecting properties.
It is possible to export a single clip from the clipboard (right-click / export) ...but only one clip at a time.
We have many new ideas for the clipboard, exporting to other systems and syncing audio and video.
Thanks again for your input.
Detect and remove silence is an idea we have on our list of ideas. I had not thought about truncating silence ... but it might be something we can look at.
In the current version of Hindenburg it might not make a world of sense to implement Strip Silence .. but in the coming version it will. We are working hard on Hindenburg 2.0. That something to look forward too.
Point taken. We will need to look further into this matter and see if it possible for us ... both technically and business wise.
Just out of curiosity ...why would you prefer to install fra Mac App Store?
That is a good idea. And it might even be something that we are looking into ... who can tell : )
Unfortunately nothing has changed at this point.
1) No acccess to the gain control for the microphone
2) >160 milliseconds delay when trying to implement monitoring of the recorded audio.
We do not support real-time effects at this point, so it is not possible to support Studio Link.
Thanks for the feedback.
We do have plans for more features in the field-recorder in the future ... but I can not tell you when they will be released
Apple has it's own infrastructure. When you purchase through the App Store it is a transaction between you and Apple in a sense. So we can't bundle products together.
Ctrl+Arrow keys are already allocated to "move selected region(s)".
You are aware that FF/REW accelerates and that the speeds are relative to the zoom level?
Depending on your situation, Ctrl+(Shift+)TAB might be a faster way to move around.
Yes, it's a ballance.
That said - there is also a High/low pass filter in the EQ. And if you hold Shift you can adjust the Q - point.
Other options are:
1. Use the Voice Profiler
2. Use any VST or AU plugin you like
That is a good idea. It would on the other hand create some problems when merging sessions.
Here is an alternative idea:
If you need to create an alternative version of a show, then make a "Save session".
This will not take up more space, since you will be using the same audio files - as long as you save the session the same place as the original.
You could give it the session name and add "1" ... or "cut" ...
Yes : ) There is a point to the madness. We do not like the idea of automation lines that might not follow the regions when you move things around.
We have a vague plan of adding effects to single regions - but that also leaves us with some issues.
So - keeping it simple and useful is ... tricky.