How to save presets ratings (I want to reinstall OS)

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How to save presets ratings (I want to reinstall OS)

Post by emanuelsj » Fri Feb 20, 2015 6:57 pm

Hi folks,

I was wondering how can I save the presets ratings, because I want to run a full OS reinstallation.

I developed a personal sound identification method based on the star ratings, which will allow me to immediately reach the sound I want:

* = cinematic (stuff that doesn't sound very... musical)
** = rhythmic (gated or rhythm stuff)
*** = drone (atmos and instruments that cannot be used as solo instruments)
**** = solo instruments (instruments that can be used for solo parts)
***** = best of solo instruments

I already spent several days to rate presets, now I would like to have these saved in order to avoid loosing precious time again. I would also need to have the solution for Halio 5... but also for the rest of the stuff you have the ratings system available (I own them all).

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Re: How to save presets ratings (I want to reinstall OS)

Post by emanuelsj » Tue Mar 03, 2015 9:46 am

Any suggestions on this topic? I'm postponing the OS reinstallation while expecting for a solution to this...

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Re: How to save presets ratings (I want to reinstall OS)

Post by misohoza » Mon Mar 09, 2015 8:45 pm

Maybe you could try to back up your User settings data folder.
It should also contain your media bay ratings.

But I haven't tried it.
Win 10 Home, 64 bit, 8 gb ram,
Cubase Pro 9, Wavelab Pro 9, Halion 6, Dorico,
NI Komplete 10 Ultimate, Ozone 7,
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Re: How to save presets ratings (I want to reinstall OS)

Post by emanuelsj » Tue Mar 10, 2015 11:22 pm

Thank you for your reply, Misohoza. In the meanwhile I had to reinstall OS and of course, I lost all the previous work.

Steinberg, thank you for your "quick" reply. A suggestion for the future... do an effort and provide an answer, even if this answer it's a negative one. Something like... "this feature doesn't exist yet" or something, instead of ignoring our requests of help. That would be decent. I guess it's obvious I'm pretty much disappointed of your nonexistent support.

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