No content shown in Places
- Live Versions: 9
- Operating System: All
Places allows you to add folders from your local disks to Live in order to quickly preview and load your samples, MIDI files, Videos, Live Presets and Live Sets.
These folders can be added as Places by dragging them on that section of the Live browser, or by clicking on the "Add Folder..." label.
If Places shows no content, this might be happening for a number of reasons:
- Make sure no other Live instance is running before launching Live 9, as more than one instances of Live open will disable the entire browser. Close all open instances of Live, then re-open just one instance of Live 9.
- Make sure the the folders you add contain files that Live can use. Only content which can be loaded in Live will be displayed in the browser: this includes audio files, MIDI files, Max for Live Devices, Live Presets (.adg), Live Sets (.als). If interested, find out here which filetypes can be created and used by Live.
- Finally, make sure the audio files contained in these folders have a valid file extension: while these files will work fine if imported by drag and drop directly in Live, the browser will not show any samples for which an extension does not exist. File extensions are hidden by default on most operating systems, thus it might be not immediately possible to find out if your files contain one. If you are not sure, find out how to display file extensions on Windows and on OS X.