Clean Build directory
This deletes the content of the project's build folder (
). Use this if you encounter glitches at the export which might come from intermediate files not being updated.
Make sure that you don't put any files that are not autogenerated into this folder - if you add custom C++ files, use the AdditionalSourceCode directory.
Export as Instrument (VSTi / AUi) plugin
Export as FX plugin
Compile your plugin into a VST or AAX format (32/64bit). It will take your IDE systems compilers to create your plugin. The final .dll will show up in your projects,
Export as MIDI FX plugin
Export as Standalone Application
This will fetch all files from your project and build a Standalone Version of your Instrument/Plugin that works without a DAW. After validating the samples references and files it will ask you to choose between a 32bit and 64bit version (both are possible, too).
Export as HISE Snippet
This exports the current instrument as Base64 encoded string. You can use this for quick backups or sharing on the HISE Forum .
This snippet contains a sine wave generator and an empty interface. In order to load snippets, use File | Import HISE Snippet
If you post these snippets on the forum, make sure you surround them with three fences:
Export Samples as archive
Export Pooled Files to Binary Resource
Will collect all pooled Audio-, Image-, MIDI files and SampleMaps and save them as .dat files in a newly created PooledResources folder in your project.
Compile DSP networks as dll
Export Wavetables to monolith
This will grab all .hwt files in the AudioFiles folder and write it into one big chunk that will be saved in the Samples folder. Using this will improve the distributability of the Wavetables, as you can simply copy them like your HLAC files (If you're exporting the samples as .HR1, the monolith file will also be part of that archive).
Be aware that as soon as you've create a Wavetable monolith file, it will use its content to display the list of available wavetables, so if you keep changing the original wavetables, it will not reflect those changes.