Fmodstudiosettings.asset keeps appearing in git without changing anything

I ran the game to test it and then exited out of play mode and didn’t do anything. I looked in git and there wasn’t any change. Then when I closed unity, I saw that a “change” happened in fmodstudiosettings.asset.
This happens a lot. Should I put this file in gitignore?
Thank you

That settings file should not be added to the git ignore file. That file contains all the settings for the project, so if it’s ignored in Git other developers will need to set everything up again

There is a gitignore file you can use over on GitHub which will show you what files to include:

https://fmod.com/resources/documentation-unity?version=2.02&page=user-guide.html#using-source-control

Thank you for replying.
Ok but why does it keep coming up without changing anything? I tried committing this file once and it still came up.

Are you able to diff the file on your computer with the file on the server? How do they differ?

I’m having the same issue. All of our developers keep seeing this file change every time they work on the project but none of them are touching FMOD (or even have it installed except the audio engineers).

Here is an example of what is changing.

If you have one user check in an updated version of the Fmodstudiosettings.asset file and everyone syncs up to this latest file, do you still observe the source control finding changes in this file?

I’ve been testing this behaviour and I can get this to happen with older versions of FMOD for Unity but not with the latest. Could you please update to the latest version of the FMOD for Unity you are on and see if you are experiencing the same issue?

We upgraded Unity and so far haven’t noticed this issue. I’ll let you know if it pops up again!