I have the same problem with the RX Suite. The function in WaveLab is for sure excellent, but with my audio files I have the same problems. I restore old LP recordings and use the RX suite mainly for restoration work, and sometimes I need the spectral repair tool in the RX suite. So it is fantastic to open the RX editior direct in RX. I try it and make some minor adjustments with the RX spectral repair tool, than I use the function “overrite the original file”, after this I close the RX editor and return to WL 10, but all minor errors are audible in WL, and I don’t see the * marker which is always visible before you save the file in WL. I worked in the past for many years with the “Renovator” Tool from Algorithmix. This was (at least for the Windows platform) intergrated in the WL software. Now I work on Mac and the Renovator tool is not available for the Mac platform.
The Renovator works in a similar way. It was possible to open this tool in WaveLab and make changes on your audiofile. After you confirm the changes in this tool you see the file name in WL (filename.wav*), and after saving it change in (filename.wav). I think the new function works in a similar way. Unfortunately it was not possible any of my current audiofiles to transfer from RX in WL 10. So I hope the problem will be solved, because it’s a very good function (if it works).
StevenW, please can you explain what do you mean with 'Manually save"? I see that the RX Suite create a new file “WaveLab … an than a number”. This file is saved in the Mac Library. Must I take this file and overrite the selection in WL 10? Otherwise I don’t have any idea how do will handle this issue.
But hopefully Phillipe will find a solution shortly.