\"The way Quicksound curently handles network drives is that it ignores them. This is not to say that network drives are inaccessable, but they just aren\'t included in the database build. There are some good reasons for this. Network mapped drives, like removable drives, may sometimes, but not always be accessible to the Quicksound file spy monitor. At this point in time, only internal fixed hard drives may be monitored and updated. If a network drive contents gets changed with regard to its file and directory structure without the file spy monitor running the database will quickly become out of sync. This is just basic database theory where one\'s records must be kept very consistent with the actual data as it is referenced and recorded. The basic becomes increasingly complex as the network is introduced into the system.
\"The way to load a Gig file from a mapped network drive is to double-click one of the 16 loader channel slots in the MIDI mixer view of the GigaStudio main program interface. You will be presented with a standard Windows type dialog box where you can browse to the mapped network drive, folder, and file location and load it. You can save a performance file containing network mapped GIGs and as long as you leave the files in the same directory location the path will be found and the performance will successfully load. The performance file can exist on yet a different mapped drive and directory and can be loaded in GigaStudio as long as its own directory location path remains unchanged. So you can see it wil be important to maintain consistency in organizing your network mapped GIG files and performances.
\"The next major release of GigaStudio will be able to do much more with regard to accessing the network mapped files via Quicksound. For now, I hope this is a clear enough method for you to use.\"
In the meanwhile i went to my local
computer-shop and bought a new HD for
my Gigastudio-Computer. So i\'m not longer using my Network with Gigastudio.
In you answers i see now, that there
are possibilities to get access to
Network-Drives, but in this moment i think
it\'s the best way not to use network-drives, because it\'s a little bit complicated to use them. - And so i have a local fully seperated Gigastudio-Computer :-)