I inadvertently delted to Soundbooth Effect Rack Presets (remove hiss and de-esser). Can someone please provide instruction to restore these?
Thanking the community in advance,
I found the answer to my own question and am posting it here in case it might be helpful to others.
To restore the Soundbooth Effects Presets:
Upon restarting Soundbooth, a new effect presets folder will be created with all of the default presets.
Hope this helps someone.
I'm using Soundbooth CS4 (purchased as part of the E-learning suite) on an XP operating system.
Did you try the following click-path?
Documents and Settings
(open the folder with your user name)
Appliation Data (this may be a hidden folder that you'll need to "unhide")
I just tried this a few minutes ago and was able to locate the Effect Presets folder this way.
Wow, thanks for the fast response, Sara--I really appreciate it.
Unfortunately, as you can see in the attachment, the filepath leads me to an empty folder even with "show hidden files" turned on, so I'm wondering if you have Effect Presets available to you because you have the E-learning suite? I performed a full system search and couldn't find a folder/file with either Effect or Presets (that had to do with Soundbooth, anyway) so I just may go ahead an reinstall the software since it'd be faster to do that than to keep troubleshooting the problem. :S
Thanks again, and take care!
Hmmm.... Sorry I couldn't be more help.
If the re-install is not successfull, you might try phoning Adobe for assistance.
I'd be interested in hearing what the resolution is.
I had the same problem as R Stuart, and I went looking through my hard drive and found out that, at least with Vista, that is not the file path used. It doesn't even exist. But some of the same folder names are used. This is where to look if you have Vista (and I have CS3 so it might be slightly different):
AppData (hidden folder, not called Application Data in Vista)
And there will be the EffectsPreset folder. I did this and and restarted Soundbooth, and it did recreate the folder as Sara said, and the accidentally deleted preset reappeared. Hope that clears things up.
But thanks bunches, Sara, I wouldn't have even figured out to do that if it wasn't for your suggestion.
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