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Cockos Updates Reaper

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Cockos has updated REAPER to v3.14.

Changes:
  • Action: show/hide all floating windows.
  • API: added functions for sending commands to the active MIDI editor window.
  • API: added register(“command_id_lookup”) to find extension actions.
  • API: added functions to retrieve track/take envelopes.
  • API: added MIDI_eventlist_Create, MIDI_eventlist_Destroy.
  • API: added GetSetTrackState, GetSetItemState, GetSetEnvelopeState.
  • API: fixed extension shortcut problem.
  • Automation: fixed action to set envelope lane fader from MIDI controller.
  • Automation: more consistent behavior for new envelopes picking up the fader value in non-trim mode.
  • Auto-crossfades: fix for some crossfades not being reset when moving multiple items across tracks.
  • Batch converter: new facility to convert media in bulk, optionally applying FX.
  • Custom menus: main MIDI menus can be customized, other improvements.
  • Custom menus: import/export/reset individual menus along with entire sets.
  • Custom toolbar: support adding extension actions to toolbar.
  • DX: fix for synths dropping the first MIDI note.
  • Live performance: FX multiprocessing optimization.
  • Media item resampling/pitch shift modes: not switched when switching projects.
  • MIDI editor: Fixed adding text/sysex events not extending source length when past end.
  • OSX: fixed issues with mouse focus in TCP.
  • OSX: nicer disk image.
  • OSX: various menu improvements/fixes.
  • OSX: preliminary video support.
  • OSX: alternate VST cache/path config for PPC vs Intel.
  • Peaks: fixed recording peaks interpolation accuracy and corner-case crash when recording.
  • Prefs/Media/MIDI: Improved behavior when all-notes-off when un-record-arming a track disabled.
  • Project/template file save: better detection and handling of failed disk writes.
  • ReaSamplomatic5000: Configurable per-instance resample mode.
  • Render queue: resizable.
  • Track height: default for new projects can be set via File/Proj Settings/Save as default or Prefs/Projects/Default.
  • Track renaming: better support for tabbing through tracks when envelope panels visible.
  • Video: improved scrubbing support.
  • Video: handling of multiple items improved (later items, higher track numbers prioritized).
  • Windows: Fixed font used in some dialogs for ClearType (OGG rendering, etc.).

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