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Monkey Tools has released new and enhanced versions of Sound Grinder, Sound Grinder Pro, Library Monkey and Library Monkey Pro.

 

Changes in Library Monkey Pro 1.1.11:

  • Fixed an issue where after performing a search, the Delete key would no longer work in the Search Field.
  • Fixed an issue where full portions may not be exported if the source file is an AIFF or WAVE file.
  • Fixed an issue where displaying the duration of video content would generate errors when the display units was set to Samples.
  • Fixed an issue where changing samples would not update the display properly.
  • Fixed an issue with Hierarchal Sets in which the application would crash on exit if any Set had a child Set.
  • Fixed an issue where invoking Make Silence when not all channels were selected would sometimes not work.
  • Fixed an issue where audio playback was not respecting the audio routing setup in Audio MIDI Setup.
  • Fixed an issue where pausing audio playback may cause a buzzing on some hardware. The fix may also address other playback issues.
  • Fixed an issue where drawing short files in the Waveform Editor would sometimes not update the display.
  • Fixed an issue where the application may crash when using the MT Trim plugin on pieces of audio that are very short.
  • Fixed an issue where processing MP3 files may not happen correctly (exporting a portion and other).
  • Fixed an issue where importing a folder that didn’t contain any recognizable files would cause a subsequent crash.
  • Added a workaround to import Region info correctly when saved with incorrect endianness.
  • Updated the Quicktime Time Reference metadata display to show a time value according to the current time units settings.
  • Updated the various Time metadata displays to correctly display sample counts.
  • Fixed an issue where closing an Edit Session and then choosing Save would not actually save the session.
  • Fixed an issue where, in rare cases, interleaved exported files may be created with mono audio split between output channels.
  • Added change to skip reading Region Data from WAVE files when the chunk data size is 0.
  • Fixed an endian-swap bug on PPC that would cause certain WAVE files to be imported as Quicktime files.
  • Fixed an issue where the current time was not maintained properly when not reading from the beginning of the MP3 file.
  • Fixed an issue where an error would be displayed when writing stereo MP3 files under certain special circumstance.
  • This version contains several other fixes and enhancements providing greater stability and efficiency.

Changes in Sound Grinder Pro 1.1.11:

  • Fixed an issue where full portions may not be exported if the source file is an AIFF or WAVE file.
  • Fixed an issue where displaying the duration of video content would generate errors when the display units was set to Samples.
  • Fixed an issue where changing samples would not update the display properly.
  • Fixed an issue where invoking Make Silence when not all channels were selected would sometimes not work.
  • Fixed an issue where audio playback was not respecting the audio routing setup in Audio MIDI Setup.
  • Fixed an issue where pausing audio playback may cause a buzzing on some hardware. The fix may also address other playback issues.
  • Fixed an issue where drawing short files in the Waveform Editor would sometimes not update the display.
  • Fixed an issue where the application may crash when using the MT Trim plugin on pieces of audio that are very short.
  • Fixed an issue where processing MP3 files may not happen correctly (exporting a portion and other).
  • Fixed an issue where importing a folder that didn’t contain any recognizable files would cause a subsequent crash.
  • Added a workaround to import Region info correctly when saved with incorrect endianness.
  • Updated the Quicktime Time Reference metadata display to show a time value according to the current time units settings.
  • Updated the various Time metadata displays to correctly display sample counts.
  • Fixed an issue where closing an Edit Session and then choosing Save would not actually save the session.
  • Fixed an issue where, in rare cases, interleaved exported files may be created with mono audio split between output channels.
  • Added change to skip reading Region Data from WAVE files when the chunk data size is 0.
  • Fixed an endian-swap bug on PPC that would cause certain WAVE files to be imported as Quicktime files.
  • Fixed an issue where the current time was not maintained properly when not reading from the beginning of the MP3 file.
  • Fixed an issue where an error would be displayed when writing stereo MP3 files under certain special circumstance.
  • This version contains several other fixes and enhancements providing greater stability and efficiency.
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