At the moment, ERA De-Clipper requires a minimum buffer of 512 samples to operate without any audio dropouts, but this may vary depending on the system. If you are using an older machine, you may have to increase the buffer size to 1024 or even 2048 samples.
Ok, but my system’s default buffer size is 512 samples. Is it safe to change it to a higher value?
In the mixing phase, you will be monitoring playback only, so it is safe to raise the buffer size to a higher setting as you are no longer monitoring live signals. This allows you to use more plug-ins before encountering clicks and pops or errors, depending on your computer’s resources and limitations.
If you still have questions about this or you want to know how to do it in your DAW or NLE, please don't hesitate to contact our technical support team.