I discovered a serious issue with SF Audio Cleaning lab. When opening audio files in the program, it will create a HM0 file. In these small files the peaklevel and audio waveform data is saved for the audio file that was opened.
So far so good, HOWEVER the program will always save the HM0 file in the original location of the audio file that was opened. And that creates issues !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
For instance I have loads of FLAC files on a NAS. For security reasons the folders are all "read-only". However SF ACL tries to save the HM0 files all the time in the originating folder, which is read-only, so the result is that I can't use the program to edit audio files.
PLEASE implement something so the user can determine in which file location the HM0 should be stored. Since there always is a Project file, there is no need to always save them in the original audio file location. After all the Project file can point to the location of the HM0 files