When using the hashed IDs, in Final Cut Pro (10.3.4 i.e. latest) the keyframes cannot be displayed as graph. They only show as dots, that you can move along the time, but you need an extra step to change the value in the HUD sliders.
Vs. if I use the legacy parameters, I can select a parameter and expand to the graph view:
The unfold right of the audio animation toggles the graph view. This switch was not present, when I used the hashed parameters. If you want to try that, not that you have to select a single parameter. The “All” mode will only show dots in time.
When you work on that (also maybe in connection with Parameter groups), please make sure, that you don’t kill that feature, as it works currently only in the JUCE_FORCE_USE_LEGACY_PARAM_IDS mode.
@fabian, @t0m (FR: ParameterGroups for AudioUnits (and VST))
Also, may I raise the question again, what is the benefit to use hashes as IDs, vs. an numerical increasing index? Since the hash produces random results, it is no better than appending new parameters at the end…
(this is not to bugger you, but to understand and make an educated decision, if I use the legacy mode or keep digging)