It’s not enough to stop the relation of course…but every time this thing (let’s say she doesn’t like Deerhoof) comes up, it makes you question everything.
Well, I love everything about Ableton Live 9…except the way it deals with video.
Live was for live performance only, then it was for electronic musicians only…but it has now evolved into a multi-function machine (like all the other DAW, arguably).
Still, Ableton Live 9 and video are not a winning team which apparently helps Reaper becoming the industry standard for game audio.
I considered being unfaithful to my beloved Live 9 and go with the slanderous Reaper…but then decided to rather invest in the relationship. The support who just blew my mind with their professionalism. I had such a nice combination of problems that I now have a full roadmap to help You with:
- why Ableton Live 9 can’t import video files (the forbidden symbol and the “File could not be read…” error message)
- what to do when the video remains black (and a cool workaround if nothing else work)
- how to deal with sluggish videos
So ditch the mistress and let’s reconciliate Ableton Live 9 with video!