I’ve just dragged some new files from a folder into Engine Prime. I have Auto-Analyze on, and the files didn’t analyze. I selected them all and right click->Analyze files and nothing happens. Dragging files individually into the player does cause them to be analyzed, but you’d have to do it 1 by 1.
Using Mac0S 11.2.1 on an M1 Mac Mini
Anyone else seeing this behavior and have a workaround?
I understand but it is what it is. I go through Builds steady for testing purpose and have run into this situation where things just stop working eg Analysed track not showing the grid dot, analysis not working etc
Sometimes a simple restart of the PC is a solution some times it’s a database rebuild
hey @mufasa , i’ve just encountered this issue too (1.6) midway thru analyzing my collection. imported a new folder which worked fine, but just didn’t analyze. tried right-clicking analyze - nothing. tried re-analyze - nothing. tried ejecting drive, restarting PC etc… nothing. tried that twice.
above you say “If reanalyse does not work, you can try with a fresh blank database.” – does this mean everything i’ve analyzed since last Friday will be lost? i just want simply to analyse files and install this SATA drive
If You follow Mufasa’s steps, You can see, that he was asking to make the current data base “invisible” for Engine Prime only for a matter of test.
Rename the data base file and start engine prime - it will creat an empty data base.
No files in it. Then You can safely do any tests to rule out the problem.
As I seen in Your topic, it looked like You have problems with Your computer’s OS
this (from 2019) is obviously the issue bc im trying to analyze a SATA SSD with my whole collection on it… and the drive is FAT32 w/ 4GB limit. wish i had known the Denon DB could potentially get that this big or at least a warning with the formatting info in manual that when formatting a drive for HUGE collections that there could be potential issues w/ db size exceeding FAT32 limitations. now i have to reformat, recopy, reimport & reanalyze again. smh
FAT32 is a not recommended not only for Engine, but in general… I have a lot of files exceeding 4GB, so non of the drives I own, are formatted in this standard due to the 4GB limit… Didn’t thought about that someone can have it on a SSD or HDD…