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Suggestion for VI manuals
Last post Wed, Oct 21 2020 by Paul, 2 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Oct 21 2020 04:31
by rverne10
Joined on Tue, May 26 2009, Michigan, USA, Posts 117

The VI manuals have been updated fairly recently and I appreciate that. However, no examples were given so it makes the manuals purely a reference for a forgotten point when there  a person already has a good  understanding of how the VI interface works. 

So this is where the videos come in and they are great!

However, I've watched several of the videos at least three times and find myself giving up (again) in frustration because the dialog goes by too quickly and Paul unpacks some concepts so very, very quickly I just can't make the leaps as steps of explanation are left out. 

So in the interest of better pedagogy, could someone perhaps add into the written manuals, examples such as Paul has in the videos but making certain to not leave out any steps of what is done. The section on matrices and outputs connected to ports in VE went sailing by too fast. There's also a section on the slot editor which could use a rewrite. My main point is to get what Paul is saying into written format-I find videos usually helpful, except when they aren't and then they are too frustrating to use. 


Cubase 10.5, Windows 10 64 bit version 1809, VE Pro (build 7.0.1056) Vienna Instruments Pro 2.0 (v 2.5.18635) Universal Audio Apollo Twin, M-Audio Oxygen 88 keyboard controller, USB connection, NVIDA GeForce GTX 1600 Ti Display adapter, Intel i7-8700K CPU @3.70 GHz, 32 GB RAM Total Physical Memory
Posted on Wed, Oct 21 2020 04:53
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12408


Thanks for your input. We're no adding subtitles to most explanation videos on YouTube, and I hope we are also getting better in terms of timing and focus.... We have not added those subtitles (yet), but of course the video scripts should still be available. 

For now, please send a quick question with a reference to the videos you mean to and we will sort it out together. 


Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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