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Is Line 6 Working on a 64 bit for Hd Pod edit?
by PatRenee on 2011-02-12 08:55:40

Upsetting, that the edit doesn't fit the screen. You'd figure that if someone paid 500 bucks for a unit, line 6 would also have a 64 bit driver. Are they working on one?

Re: Is Line 6 Working on a 64 bit for Hd Pod edit?
by Nick_Mattocks on 2011-02-12 09:06:48


POD HD drivers are already compatible with 32bit and 64 bit Windows and a 64bit Mac driver is being worked on.  HD500 Edit, HD300 Edit and HD400 Edit do fit the screen on most computer systems, however if you have a Netbook that has a typical screen resolution of 1024 x 600 the depth is not present to allow access to the bottom part of the Edit window, so unless your Netbook allows you to specify a screen size larger than the physical screen, or you can find an alternative driver that will allow this, you're currently out of luck, so the ability to resize the editor window would be very useful.

If you don't use a Netbook and use Windows XP, Windows Vista 32/64 bit or Windows 7 32/64 bit you should be fine as you should be with Mac OS X 32 bit and shortly (if not already) Mac OS X 64 bit


Re: Is Line 6 Working on a 64 bit for Hd Pod edit?
by artist1354 on 2011-09-13 10:24:09


I'm using HD500 Edit on a Windows 7 64bit O.S.  Screen resolution is set at 1600 x 900.  My Edit window does not fit the screen either and it is kind of frustrating to have a 17 inch screen and an app that wastes so much real-estate.

Any suggestions?


Mick Jones

Re: Is Line 6 Working on a 64 bit for Hd Pod edit?
by TheRealZap on 2011-09-13 10:30:22

the screen doesn't resize... and there have been many requests to make it so...

i believe they said that they'd have to redo the whole interface... meaning its unlikely they'll bother...

it is what it is.

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