I have increase the buffer size on FMOD and I have increased the virtual and real channel count on the FMOD settings inside Unity but it doesn’t work. Do you think this warning is related to the problem and do you have any suggestions to fix this?
This usually indicates that there are a lot of parameter changes or new sounds being created and destroyed at a high frequency. Are you creating and destroying lots of sounds every frame? If so you might need to optimize your audio usage by merging audio assets in your DAW or reducing the max instances of the offending events. You can identify these by using the Profiler and Live Update.
Otherwise, we recently made some changes to improve the dynamic expansion of the buffer size, so it might be worth updating to the latest 2.01 or 2.02 version depending on which one you are using.
It is strange that it’s happening only in built games though, what version of FMOD and Unity are you using?
I am using Unity 2019.4.21f1. I managed to get rid of this problem by increasing the virtual and real channel count on the fmod integration settings. However, every time I restart Unity, the values change to the default channel count. How can I keep the values of the channels even if I restart Unity? My best guess would be to hardcode the channel count in the fmod_studio.cs file, but I can’t find where.
That sounds like a bug, what version of the FMOD integration are you using? It looks like it’s persisting correctly in the latest version, 2.02.03, so it might be worth updating FMOD and seeing if the values are saving correctly between editor restarts.