DME Designer Combo Installer V4.0.0 for Win (Previous version)
- Save an up-to-date DME project file (*.daf). Don't update unless an up-to-date ".daf" file has already been saved on your computer. Without the "daf" file, you will not be able to restore DME operation.
- If you update with using the following conditions, DME Designer may not operate properly.
a) If you are using DME-N Network Driver V1.2.0 and DSP5D/LS9/M7CL Editor.
b) If you are using DME-N Network Driver V1.1.3 or V1.1.2.
When updating the driver, uninstall the driver by double-clicking "setup.exe" for the latest driver, restart your computer, and then install the latest driver. If Yamaha software does not operate properly, uninstall and install the software again.
- DME Designer V4 cannot design/control the system that consists of DME Firmware V3 units or the mixed system with Firmware V3 and V4 units. It is required to unify the system version to V3 or V4 by upgrading/downgrading DME Designer or firmware.
- The MY4-AEC card can now be selected for I/O card slots. AEC components, which are available when the card is installed, have been added.
- The "Partial Recall" function has been added. Scenes can now be recalled on a per component basis. By utilizing both Recall Safe and the new Partial Recall functions, components to be recalled or not recalled can now be selected precisely.
- Configurations can now be duplicated in the "Configuration Manager" window.
- In the Main Panel window, configuration names are now displayed, and configurations may be selected./li>
- The VS4, VS6, and NS-IC600 can now be specified as external devices.
- The Remote V3.5 tab and the MIDI V3.5 tab in the “Utility” dialog box have been deleted.
- The [Cancel] button has been added in the "Project File has been modified. Save?" dialog box which is displayed before closing DME Designer to cancel closing procedure.
- Fixed a problem in which SP2060 configurations could be edited when the "Configuration Manager" dialog box was opened via [Tools] menu [Configuration Manager] item.
- Fixed a problem in which configurations could be edited while online when the "Configuration Manager" dialog box was opened via the context menu displayed by right clicking a DME object in the Designer window.
- Fixed a problem in which the compiling procedure would occasionally complete successfully even though an error should occur when an IN port was connected to multiple OUT ports.
- Fixed a problem in which the compiling procedure would occasionally not complete when compiling was executed on a complex configuration with multiple SPX components.
- Fixed a problem in which the compiling procedure would occasionally not complete when compiling was executed on a complex configuration having an SPX component with an output connected to any other component.
- Fixed a problem in which the [+48V Master] indicator didn't light in the AD8HR component editor.
- Fixed a problem in which DME Designer could occasionally freeze when closing the application by means other than clicking [Exit] in the [File] menu of the Main Panel window.
- Fixed a problem in which parameter links remained functional for parameters of different types which should not be linked after the effect type was changed for an SPX component having linked parameters.
- Fixed problems in which Scene Store and Recall functions might not work when Parameter Link settings were no longer appropriate due to editing the Configuration.
|Windows 7: (32bit/64bit; Ultimate/Professional), Windows Vista:(32bit/64bit; Ultimate/Business/Enterprise ), Windows XP: Professional
|32bit: 1.4GHz(Windows 7/Vista)/1GHz(Windows XP) or higher Intel Core/Pentium/Celeron family processor; 64bit: Intel 64 compatible processor
|2GB(64-bit Windows 7)/1GB(32-bit Windows 7, Windows Vista)/256MB(Windows XP) or more
|300MB or more
|1280 x 1024 pixels, High Color 16bit or higher
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