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 on: Today at 07:39:47 am 
Started by DJ Ray - Last post by milky
WAV and MP3 import were part of the capabilities of 1.90, so you should be fine. It is only if you try to play something which is part of the upgrade (e.g. VP9 format video) which will not be compatible with 1.90.

 on: Today at 07:34:04 am 
Started by DJ Ray - Last post by Audioot
Is that also true for just importing WAV or MP3 files in the new Studio?
I just did a bunch, but did not yet have the time to import these in OTSAV...
Will they play? Or should I redo them in the previous studio version?

 on: Today at 06:55:45 am 
Started by neast70 - Last post by milky
Has anyone else had RAC issues? First, it wouldn't open under the default port 80 (when it always had before). I then changed it to port 8080, which it accepted, but still won't open.

 on: Today at 06:07:30 am 
Started by DJ Ray - Last post by milky
Welcome to the forum.
To me, it was obvious that the enhancements incorporated into 1.94 were not available in 1.90. These are improvements to the original capabilities of the software, and therefore, should be paid for (unless you bought in on the "free upgrades to version 2"). It also stands to reason that, if a new format came out or matured since 1.90, that version wouldn't "know" about it.

 on: Today at 04:22:57 am 
Started by DJ Ray - Last post by DJ Ray
The new VP9 video format is fantastic, smaller and great quality, HOWEVER... Ots files encoded with this new format are not backward compatible. Version 1.90 will not play them, so if you are like me and have several copies of Ots you will have to upgrade the lot. Not Happy.
Please somebody tell me I am wrong.
I've been waiting so long for Ots to support other formats and now its finally here, it looks like its going to be expensive.

 on: Yesterday at 03:43:42 pm 
Started by Jumpin' Jeff - Last post by MusicmadUK
I have been a way from here for a while, sorry to hear this very sad news Sad


 on: June 21, 2017, 10:59:45 am 
Started by IanMcKenzie - Last post by Audioot
I guess we'll need a bit more:
  • where did you install? default C:\OTSlabs ?
  • what os? Windows 10? 8.1? 7?
the exact path?
screenprint(s) might help.

 on: June 21, 2017, 10:46:11 am 
Started by IanMcKenzie - Last post by IanMcKenzie
1.94 installed and licensed yesterday.  Today OTS and STUDIO will not start and I get a message saying

Windows cannot access the specified device path or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item

Advice please.


 on: June 20, 2017, 09:00:03 pm 
Started by Jumpin' Jeff - Last post by milky
I'm heartbroken that Glen has passed away and that things were so dire for him and Jessica. I talked to him on Facebook once or twice a month, and he never said anything. I'm glad that Jessica has been taken in by her babysitter Ebony. I'm sure the thought of moving to the United States to be with her mother is very scary, not to mention, she doesn't know her mother very well. She's been gone a long time. Sending love up to Jessica during this very difficult time.

In my chosen profession, I deal with many people, predominantly males, who offer a brave facade to the world whilst internally haemorrhaging on suppressed desires, unfulfilled ambitions, depression and guilt. For many, it leads to suicide. Others suffer ill health and drastically shortened lifetimes. It seems now that Glenn was one of these people who really needed help, but was, perhaps, too proud to ask, or nobody noticed the signs.

Without wanting to take anything away from our profound sorrow at losing a long-time friend through this forum, perhaps we can use Glenn's situation as a wake-up call to all people who might be in a similar place. If you are in dire straights, seek help. If you know of someone who is struggling, offer them assistance. That outstretched hand may be all it needs to save a precious life.

It's OK to show emotion. It's OK to ask for help. And it's OK, to ask, "Are you OK?"

 on: June 20, 2017, 08:30:17 pm 
Started by Jumpin' Jeff - Last post by Jumpin' Jeff
No Problem Brian.
When I posted, I didn't take into consideration that it had limited reply capabilities.

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