XSample? Their timps even do portamento.
What do you mean by portamento in the context of timpani? Are you referring to the pitch fluctuation that one gets from rolling to different points of the head and/or adjusting pressure?
100% honest I had no idea timpani's had pedals, just assumed it's the same trick drummers use by for instance pressing on a snare drum with 1 hand to raise the pitch. Just like if you over-clamp a hi hat it does a "pitch bend". Drummer's perspective, I know very little about how orchestral percussion is performed outside of what it looks like on video hahaIn the context of timpani it's simply changing the tuning of the drum with the pedal.
It does have a decent amount for chromatic percussion including glocks, tubular bells, chimes, gongs, concert cymbals, etc. I have other libraries such as Soniccouture's Grand Marimba and Orange Tree Vibraphone (more on the jazz side), but Cinesamples does a great job with so many categories it's hard to remember what's in it. Seriously, it's an amazing amount of great sounding content. There are also ethnic drums included but I have that covered with dedicated libraries.I didn't realize Cineperc is so big! I'm happy with what I've got so don't need more, but this might be a good option for someone who doesn't yet have coverage. Is it also strong on chromatic percussion? I seem to recall they have separate libraries for some of that stuff.