Welcome to Sports Sounds Pro
Initial testing indicates that Sports Sounds Pro works under Windows 10.
Release 6.0 Build 13 - May 1, 2016:
- The ability to DRAG AND DROP files from outside Sports Sounds Pro has been added. You drag the files to anywhere on the Sports Sounds Pro screen and Sports Sounds Pro will place them in the first available blank locations. It will start with the Group and Page currently selected when you begin the drag and drop. If a Page is full, then Sports Sounds Pro will automatically advance to the next page. If the next Page is one that is not used (Blank Page) Sports Sounds Pro will use it and name it "Drag and Drop". It will NOT advance between Groups.
- Some new Sports Sounds Pro users reported confusion on where to enter their Registration Code. Previously you had to click on Help in the Menu then Register. Starting with this version, the Demo Information screen now contains a button that states "REGISTER Sports Sounds Pro Here". The old method of clicking on Help then Register will still work.
- Sports Sounds Pro uses a file that has an extension of .ini (an initialization file) to retain user settings. Windows also uses .ini files and treats this file type as system files. This has presented some issues to users under Windows 10. They had to modify their User Permission Access levels to get Sports Sounds Pro to work. To eliminate this problem, Sports Sounds Pro no longer will use .ini files starting with this release. The file previousley called SS.ini has been renamed to SSP.inf. Sports Sounds Pro will automatically rename your ss.ini file for you. All new installations will use the .inf file extension.
Release 6.0 Build 12 - June 18, 2015:
- A few users started experiencing problems with the Cross-Fade feature. This seemed to only occur when they were playing files that were recorded at different frequencies. The second file would fade in but the first file would continu to play. The program has been modified to double check and stop the first file in the cross-fade.
- Several users have requested the ability to export the sound button list to an Excel file. This can now be done, this option is under the Tools menu.
- When a file that contains Custon Cues is dragged to another page, the cue points are not being retained. This has now been corrected.
- Under the Help menu, the option to Show Windows Version has been updated to reflect Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1
- If you deleted a Page that had preset volume settings on any of its buttons, the Volume Indicator was not being properly cleared. When you assigned a new page to that same Page Button location, false Volume indicator(s) (V) were being displayed. This has now been corrected.
- Added an Error Message section to Help to explain some of the more common errors.
Release 6.0 Build 11 - February 29, 2012:
- There were some internal calculations using decimal points that were added in Release 6.09 and these were causing major problems with European users since they use a comma to indicate decimals. The calculations have been rewritten so that they no longer use imbedded decimal points.
Release 6.0 Build 10 - February 17, 2012:
- In Multi-Play Mode, the timer display and progression bar were turned off in Build 08, they have now been turned back on due to numerous user requests.
Release 6.0 Build 9 - February 05, 2012:
This release fixes two bugs and adds a new feature:
- When you would right click on the Cue page button and select "Clear Cue", buttons with a Custom Cue Flag were not clearing the flags and in some cases all blank buttons had the Custom Cue Flag. If you clicked on another page and then back to the Cue, the Cue page was cleared. This has now been corrected.
- Both the bar and panel meter displays have now been coupled with the volume control. e.g. If you reduce the volume by 50% then the meters will read half of what they did at 100%.
- Some users who run in Mono mode discovered that the cue points they set in Custom Cue Control were not working properly. Research showed that the position counter in Mono mode is not the same as the position counter in Stereo mode. To correct this, Sports Sounds Pro now saves all cued Start and End position Cues as if they were Stereo. When you run in Mono mode, Sports Sounds Pro applies an algorthrim to convert the Start and End Custom Cue Control positions to reflect the proper value in Mono mode.
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SportsSoundsPro is in it's 15th year of competing with $10,000 systems! Check out this list of features:
- 8,640 Sound buttons
- All sound buttons are user settable
- Custom Cue Control
- Instant Play Feature
- Color-coded backgrounds
- Easy to use and friendly user interface
Q) What is Instant Play?
- A) Up until now you only had one choice to eliminate dead "air" at the beginning of a sound clip and that was to edit that clip or use Sports Sounds Pro's Custom Cue Feature. Now it can be done automatically. When you activate Instant Play, Sports Sounds Pro first opens the sound clip file as a data file and scans it for the first sound that exceeds a pre-determined threshold (you control the threshold setting). It then starts playing the file from that point.
A test sound clip file is now available called "TakeMeTest.mp3". The "TakeMeTest.mp3" sound clip is a sound clip of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and it has dead "air" or silence on the front of it. Try it with "Instant Play" on and off and hear the difference.
TakeMeTest.mp3, RIGHT CLICK on it to download this file