someone had to say that but those problems are your computer's issues mostly5. So. Many. Goddamn. Crashes. I've had UTAU crash on me maybe twice in my 2 and a half years of using it, and I've had OpenUTAU crash at least 50 times, including one time where it managed to crash Windows.
6. It's much slower than og UTAU to render, if I'm using my preferred resampler (Moresampler)
My reasons for not switching to OpenUtau is basically the choppiness. I feel like OpenUtau is very choppy and for someone who likes to tune realistically it doesn't suit me very well. But maybe nowadays it's better, I remember the time I checked it OpenUtau was annoyingly chopp.i'm just generally curious, i personally have completely switched to openUTAU after discovering it, but i know a lot of people are sticking with the og UTAU. what are your reasons for doing so?
this, im using a cheap lil laptop and openutau rarely crashes on me and it doesnt really render slowly (i use moresampler). but lately it does take a hot minute to load when you first start it up :/someone had to say that but those problems are your computer's issues mostly
i can relate, it was a bit weird not inputting phonemes into the editor but you can override openUTAU from doing it automatically. i don't quite remember how, i think it's in the flag settings or some shit like that, but you could input phonemes instead iircCan't be bothered to download it and I don't think I'd use any of the features. Even though I primarily use UTAU for English, I've just gotten so used to doing things manually that I go straight to phoneme input in programs like SynthV or Vocaloid because it gives me more control. Also seconding Gen on the wavtool sounding Funny.
I have a midrange laptop with 16GB of ram and a 3 gigahertz CPU. I run more intensive programs without issue. I just find OU to generally be a much more unstable program than OG UTAU.someone had to say that but those problems are your computer's issues mostly
I have switched to OpenUTAU completely since it has features that UTAU doesn't have. I get good results in the end and it's still getting updated almost every single day. I still have UTAU since I use it to test out new voicebanks I create and I need it to make the prefix maps for those banks as well. OpenUTAU isn't really difficult to learn. Only took me about 3 or 2 days to learn!i'm just generally curious, i personally have completely switched to openUTAU after discovering it, but i know a lot of people are sticking with the og UTAU. what are your reasons for doing so?
Go to Tools > Preferences and set Pre-render to Off.So when I'm trying to tune, the background automatic rendering makes the whole program so slow.
if you already have an existing voicebank folder for UTAU, you can set that as an additional folder in OpenUtau. Go to Tools > Preferences, find Additional Singer Path, then press the Select button to pick your voice folder.Also trying to add voicebanks is such a complicated process but on UTAU 4.18 it's very easy and fast
in openUTAU, if the voicebank has a character.txt, you can just drag and drop the zip file and it will install automatically.Also trying to add voicebanks is such a complicated process but on UTAU 4.18 it's very easy and fast, you just put the voicebank folder into the voice folder, which takes maybe 5 minutes for the whole process compared to 15-20 minutes for a large voicebank.