Update – 9th Feb: There is now a third beta! See here for details.
Here’s a second beta release of Sonic Visualiser v3.0:
- For 64-bit versions of Windows:
- For 32-bit versions of Windows:
- For macOS:
- For Ubuntu 16.04:
- Source code:
Bugs found in the first beta and fixed for the second
- The peak-frequency spectrogram rendered the entire track into the first 1/8th of its length, and showed nothing after that. (The cause of this might make a marginally interesting technical post in its own right)
- A similar effect was exhibited by Colour 3D Plot layers, but only at very close zoom levels
- When the Windows build had been used to view an mp3 file, it would subsequently crash on exit
- All platforms could hang on startup if certain plugins were installed (the Fan Chirp plugin from the Universidad de la República in Uruguay was one example, though it wasn’t the fault of the plugin)
- The playback/record level meters were very flickery
- The source package didn’t build on Fedora Linux
What other problems have you spotted?
Let us know! Drop me a line, post a comment below this article, or use the SourceForge bug tracker.
(This post is a follow-up to “Help test the Sonic Visualiser v3.0 beta“)
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