I’m writing a script that helps keep track of all the slices of audio that has been removed. The idea is to store a label with data about each deletion, so it can later be applied to a video file.
The point is that I can’t seem to be able to edit with Nyquist a label with an ID 101 or higher.
Steps to reproduce:
run this in the nyquist prompt 10 times:
(dotimes (a 10) (aud-do "AddLabel:") (setf labels (car (cdr (car (aud-get-info "Labels"))))) (setf amount-of-labels (length labels)) (aud-do-command "SetLabel" :text "some text" :label (- amount-of-labels 1)) )
Everything seems ok. Then run it for the 11th time. Now it show an error:
Set Label: Could not load settings below. Default settings will be used. Text="some text" Label="101"
Not sure why the limit is set at 100. Is it configurable?