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Exporting audio off-line

Postby tomcolq » Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:13 pm

In Sibelius 7.5 when I export the full score in .wav Sibelius plays the whole score as it exports taking up several minutes. In previous versions it exported off-line without any playback and was much faster. I use Sibelius 7 sounds with Sibelius Player and the only sounds I use are Concert Grand Piano or voice.

What do I need to do export off-line?













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Postby bobp » Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:29 am

I use 7.5 on windows 10 and it has always exported faster than real time. I understand that if something is selected in the score, or if a track is soloed, export can be slowed down. Default settings for export are, bit depth = 16 bit, and sample rate = 44.1 kHz.
The score should not playback during export. Double check audio engine options.
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Re: Exporting audio off-line

Postby tomcolq » Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:50 am

In the export window the settings are 16 bit and sample rate 44.1Hz.
In the Playback Device window the active device is Sibelius Player and the sound set is Sibelius 7 sounds.
In the Audio Engine Options the Audio Interface is Primary Sound Driver (DS)
The Virtual Instruments folder is Avid VST Plugins

The music I work with is four part choral and I use the sliders on the Mixer to alter the volume of particular parts for export. Is there any settings in the Mixer that should be altered?
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Re: Exporting audio off-line

Postby bobp » Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:27 am

Sometimes this works:

Search for and delete these two folders. PlogueEngine folder and Playback Configurations folder.
Search for and delete, PlaybackConfig.xml.

Sibelius will rebuild them the next time you start it.
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Re: Exporting audio off-line

Postby tomcolq » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:12 am

Hi Bob - I tried that several times and, as you said, Sibelius puts them back in when it starts. Still no luck. It still plays back as it exports.
Any other suggestions?
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Re: Exporting audio off-line

Postby bobp » Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:20 am

What OS?
What happens if you switch from Direct Sound driver?
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Re: Exporting audio off-line

Postby tomcolq » Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:23 pm

I am on Windows 10.

In the Audio Engines page the interfaces available are:
MS Sound Mapper - output (MMR)
Speaker (Realtek High Def) (MME)
Primary Sounds (DS)
Speaker (Realtek High Def Audio) (DS)
Speaker (Realtek High Def Audio) (WASAP)
I have tried them all, restarting Sibelius each time, but with no affect. I have restored it to Primary Sounds (DS)

I find that I still have Sibelius 7 installed. Should that not have been uninstalled when I upgraded to 7.5? Should I uninstall it or does 7.5 require files from 7?
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