this one works well in Cubase 9.0 (using simple Wav Files). Unfortunately Files with DOP (Direct Offline Processing) cause problems in 9.5.0 with external Libraries.
This is very sad because a nice workflow would be to use the library feature together with Saved DOP Files. Every time a DOP file is created you could transfer it an external library for later use in multiple projects.
Here are the reproducable steps:
- A simple saved library (.npl) (external pool) exists with a bunch of transferred wav files (DOP treated clips with Plugins and/or Audio Processes) You can use a simple treatment like reversing the audio file and transferring that clip to the external library.
Backup the newly created library.
- Create a new project in Cub 9.5 and open that library (external pool).
- Drag the wav file from the opened library into arrangement window
- Try to save the new Project and BAM (reproducible): The Project can not be saved - corrupt (Das Projekt ist fehlerhaft - German Version).
It happens every time. You can do the steps without problems using unprocessed wav files, but as soon as processed (DOP) files are involved, the library workflow (drag & drop from external pool) always leads to corrupt projects.
Can this be reproduced elsewhere ?