Old Yesterday, 12:23 AM   #1
worldwideweary
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Default Reload Tempo map from external midi file

When utilizing midi files as external .mid rather than in-project data, I haven't found the ability to "re-check" or "update" what happens when first importing a .midi file, i.e., "Import MIDI tempo map to project tempo map @ tt:tt:tt".

This means that after importing a midi file, if that midi file happen to be changed externally in such a way that there is more or different bpm information, not only is that new bpm information not loaded into Reaper upon refocus, but there doesn't seem to be a function/action for a clip like: "Re-import MIDI tempo map from .mid file to project @ tt:tt:tt" where the time would of course be at the beginning of the clip.

If there is such a function, can anyone share how to do so? If not, this seems to be a decent future feature request.
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You should be able to do it through the same dialog again.
You could script it to get the original filename and location then it will re-import it when updated.

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You should be able to do it through the same dialog again.
You could script it to get the original filename and location then it will re-import it when updated.

You made a video manually re-importing a midi file?
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