LightGuyCalvin wrote: ↑Sun Oct 20, 2019 15:59
Resolume selects the internal devices on the laptop if the interface isn’t present at startup.
Yes, that's what it does, but with ASIO devices or specific ones, the device can be still present in the OS, even if you don't have it connected.
With my example, Dante DVS can lose clock on network disconnect, if in such a case Resolume would switch to a different sound card automatically, then when the network is back online, Resolume wouldn't send the audio to
where the user wanted to.
Or if you're synced to External Wordclock with your ASIO interface, and the clock is disconnected, then connected back, your Resolume would select the first available audio device.
I'll, ask our devs if Resolume can be smarter about this without breaking the functionality, meanwhile the workaround should be easy.
Another way clips can get stuck in loading like this, is when you have your clips synced to the cloud, and the files are removed from the machine to save space.
Microsoft Onedrive, and Dropbox can also do this, and they will try to sync the clips back to disk when Resolume tries to access them. This will take time, while Resolume will be hung on loading these clips.