Do you have this?
Anyway, the batch processor is always decoding files and reencode them. Hence this is not good to process mp3 files. You should rather use wav files and convert them to mp3, with the proper metadata.
Thanks PG, appreciate your fast support! That did the trick with the image file
In the batch processor, the files need to be in the right order. Then, you must set processing to a single core in the batch options, else files are processed in parallel, hence in no order.
There are several issues here.
If you mean the execution tab and usage of processor cores, yes. 1 Task is selected here but it doesn´t work.
All files that I process are called track-name, track-nr.1
The problem with setting the correct order is that Wavelab auto-sorts the files in a wrong way and I can´t do anything about it.
E.g. a track with the name track 10 is always placed BEFORE track 2. It looks like this:
There is no option in the process batch window to sort the files manually by name.
But I´m not sure if the proper order in this window would solve my problem.
It seems that a Name Scheme option, specifically for MetaData is missing in Wavelab.