Maintenance update to resolve issues from KClip 2.0.1.
No longer crashes WaveLab when changing templates.
Waveform display works properly in all versions of WaveLab. By default, KClip will display a two-channel waveform display. If you are working on a mono file in WaveLab, and need to show only one channel, simply click in the metering area below the waveform display to refresh to the current number of channels in the active document.
No longer crashes Ableton Live.
Offline 256x mode was not properly detecting when Cubase and BitWig Studio came back online after a bounce, resulting in extreme CPU spikes. This has been fixed.
The waveform display may cause periodic error messages in some versions of FL Studio. To avoid this, disable the waveform display from the Options tab.
KClip - Version 2.0.1 - August 26, 2016
Maintenance update to resolve issues from KClip 2.0.0. KClip 2.0.1 also adds two new utility functions to the options screen for the waveform scope display.
Crashing WaveLab 9 under some conditions.
Waveform displays causing visual lag in OS X 10.10 and 10.11 in Pro Tools 12, Logic X, and some other hosts.
Overall unreliability in Ableton Live due to CPU overload.
Magix Sequoia offline rendering is non functional.
Magix Sequoia CPU spikes changing modes.
Some users are reporting sudden CPU load increases after bouncing in some hosts.
Switching between soft modes on Mac is wonky.
Known issues remaining:
Waveform displays not functioning in some WaveLab versions.