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Re: Update that fixes the bug Cross closing

PostPosted: 05 Jul 2015, 09:26
by robid
It seems I cannot start a new post, so forgive me for posting here. I recently changed from Windows to OSX. Is there no way of transferring my collection wIthout having to relocate all tracks in OSX? It seems like the analysed files from Windows redirects OSX to the incorrect location.

Re: Update that fixes the bug Cross closing

PostPosted: 05 Jul 2015, 11:16
by rhopkins
robid wrote:It seems I cannot start a new post, so forgive me for posting here. I recently changed from Windows to OSX. Is there no way of transferring my collection wIthout having to relocate all tracks in OSX? It seems like the analysed files from Windows redirects OSX to the incorrect location.


I can help here. viewtopic.php?f=358&t=35334

Assuming you're comfortable getting your hands dirty with a bit of SQL, follow the link in that thread to find out how to transfer your collection.

Re: Update that fixes the bug Cross closing

PostPosted: 07 Jul 2015, 10:17
by TinouCAS
The keep the analysis files, editing the collection's sql won't help, as the analysis file paths aren't kept in it.

I agree a whole collection export/import is needed, and will surely be added in a future major release.

What you can do now, as a workaround, is export/import playlist using "Export as DJ Bundle". The bundle will contain a copy of the tracks and their corresponding analysis file. It isn't perfect though: you have to do it on a playlist basis, and it will loose the tracks files' directory structure, by putting all tracks in the same directory. But relocating after that import should keep the analysis as well.

Let me know if you have any issues.

Re: Update that fixes the bug Cross closing

PostPosted: 07 Jul 2015, 10:59
by rhopkins
TinouCAS wrote:The keep the analysis files, editing the collection's sql won't help, as the analysis file paths aren't kept in it.

I agree a whole collection export/import is needed, and will surely be added in a future major release.

What you can do now, as a workaround, is export/import playlist using "Export as DJ Bundle". The bundle will contain a copy of the tracks and their corresponding analysis file. It isn't perfect though: you have to do it on a playlist basis, and it will loose the tracks files' directory structure, by putting all tracks in the same directory. But relocating after that import should keep the analysis as well.

Let me know if you have any issues.


I did a mixture of both this and editing the collection with SQL.

Re: Update that fixes the bug Cross closing

PostPosted: 14 Jul 2015, 20:12
by Henry Jay
Deveria ter equipe oficial respondendo os usuarios assim os problemas seriam resolvidos mais rapido..... !!!


It seems to me that the problem of closing without reason was finally settled ... already tested here in HID CDJ 350, nexus 2000 and CDJ 900 also tested with mixer DJM 900 SRT , Rene 62 with timecode vinyl so far ta all ok in version 3.3.11

Abra├žos a equipe MV