Question Soundforge Pro 11 help with custom presets saved location

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Soundforge Pro 11 help with custom presets saved location was created by fredfuks

Hello I recently had to do a clean install of windows and now when i run soundforge pro 11..the presets i created under effects. are not there.. i still have the windows.old file intact and I looked in appdata roming copyed the sony folder...still my presets are not in the drop down menu :s.. I read on another thread on this site that they are saved within the windows registery....but I dont really understand it. I know how to access the registery but how do find the windows.old folder in it?? i dont no how to navigate correctly on it and im lost.
30 Jul 2020 03:20 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Soundforge Pro 11 help with custom presets saved location

Hi fredfuks - Welcome to the MSZ Forum :)

If you have done a clean install of Windows, all of your presets would have been deleted, because they live in the Windows Registry.
You should have a done a backup of your Windows Registry Presets folder before you did the clean install.
You can also use the old Sony Preset Manager to backup Presets in the future!
I have an FAQ and download link for the old Sony preset manager here.
Install the preset manager and read the Help file - use this from now onward.
www.moviestudiozen.com/doctor-zen-faq/571-how-do-i-backup-my-audio-presets

The location for Sound Forge presets kept changing with different versions of Sound Forge.
Luckily I also still have Sound Forge Pro 11 installed.

The main locations for presets are in the Windows Registry here:
\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DirectShow\Presets
\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Sony Media Software\Sound Forge\11.0\Presets
\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DirectShow\Presets\FX Packages

I just did some experiments, and most of my presets seem to be stored here:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\DirectShow\Presets
Inside of the Presets folder will be lots of folders with random characters - in one of these folder will be your presets.



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