I’m doing some experiments with the Scripting API. I want to create a ProfilerSession, start recording on the session and go back to the selected Event in the Event Editor. It works if I input the code in the console, but when launching a .js script it seems like it can’t find the event object after calling
toggleRecording. Using FMOD Studio 2.00.5.
This is a minimal code snippet to reproduce the issue:
var event = studio.window.browserCurrent(); var session = studio.project.create("ProfilerSession"); studio.window.navigateTo(session); session.toggleRecording(); studio.window.navigateTo(event);
Video of the behaviour when using the console:
Running a script:
What do I want to finally do with this code in the first place? I was planning to play with effects/modulations while the profiler is running, stop the recording and auto import the recorded .wav file from the profiler session into a new Event. It works great when copy+pasting the final code into the console, but doing that with a script that can be called with a shortcut would be even greater. It’s not very important (just experimenting), but thank you if you could look into it