The Browse BandLab Projects dialog box appears when you select File > Browse BandLab Projects, and lets you load and import projects from your BandLab library.The Browse BandLab Projects dialog box contains the following settings:
Projects. List of all projects in your BandLab library.
Refresh . Refresh the project list.
Project Settings. Settings for the selected project/revision.
Name. The project name.
Cover image. To change the project cover image, click View Project Online, click Project Settings, then click the project cover image. For details, see How do I change my project's cover photo?.
View Project Online. View the project on www.bandlab.com, where you can view project history, view and invite collaborators, and open the project in BandLab Mix Editor
Public. Share your song with the BandLab community. Anyone will be able to listen, comment and share this project. By default, all content is set to “Private”, meaning that only you can access it, make adaptations of it and use it. When Make Public is enabled, other users can view your content or play it on BandLab by streaming, but they will not be able to download, adapt, synchronise or use that content.
Forkable. Enabling forks lets others start their projects using your published revisions. When you fork a song, a private copy is added to your library. The original song is always attributed to the original creator. All public revisions in this project can be forked. Making them private will not affect existing forks by other users.
Revision Settings. Use the combo box to choose the revision of the selected project that you wish to download. A Revision is a revised edit of your project. A new revision will be created every time you make a new project or save an edit of your existing project. Revisions ensure that nothing is overwritten, so you can go back to an older version of your project at any time.
Select Revision. View all revisions of the selected project.
Show Revision Tree . View the project history on www.bandlab.com and preview revisions. Track how the project revisions have been used and developed by yourself and any collaborators.
Revision Timestamp. Date and time for when the selected revision was created or updated.
Description. Enter a brief description for the project/revision (up to 250 characters).
Genre. Choose the right genre to find your target audience.
Update. Publish any changed project settings as a revision of the selected project.
Download Settings: Specify which assets to include when opening/importing the selected project:
Track Regions. Include individual clips instead of track mixdowns.
Track Mixdown. Include individual track stems.
Project Mixdown. Include a stereo mixdown of the project.
Empty Tracks. Choose this to include tracks that contain no data.
Import. Import and append the selected project to the current project.
Load. Open the selected project.
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