1st, in Protools you don’t have batch export…
Batch means a set of data or jobs to be processed in a single program run.
using Ctrl K in Protools all the regions that are selected are bounced so the fades and gain are processed within the file and all regions are export as seperate files with new names. sorry i’m not english but that’s batch isn’t it ?
Hi Grecore thx for you help
- then use your macro to bounce the files seperately by hitting the key you assigned
this works to “apply” the fade to the sound and generate a new file. but you have to hit that macro’s shortcut for each single file and than you get a pop up askin to replace the file yes/no
it’s ok for 20 files but when sampling you can easilly reach >100 file to export. that’s 200 hits for such a stupid action.
problem is if you select all regions and do this you end up with a long consolidated file that i can’t use for sampling (or i missed something ?) the idea is to get as many new files as created regions out of the main file so you keep only what is needed with cuts and fades bounced?
sampling is everywhere and such a tool is so basic i can’t understand why it’s not in cubase… not to mention the modern sampling technics with round robin, release samples etc that boosts the # of samples to millions.
Or maybe it’s possible in nuendo and now i see the idea behind. yeah when you think that protools offer that for 19 years now
well really because of cubase7 interface and that typical function i’ll try to check my PT tonight and see if my VSTi are available there to slowly start to work with it.