If I’m missing something I apologize. It could be the case.
1. Give the user control over more than just the plug-in while the plug-in is open.
Exactly what it sounds like. When the plug-in is open I can now only work on the plug-in itself. There are cases when this is not desirable.
For example: If I’m working on a project I may elect to do de-noising offline rather than realtime. Using iZotope RX, I’d want to select two separate pieces of audio in my project - the first being a piece of room tone only for the plug-in to “learn” the noise profile, and the second being the piece of audio I actually want to process. This isn’t possible at the moment.
2. Don’t close the plug-in automatically after processing.
Exactly what it sounds like. Expanding on the example above: Once I’m done with one set of files I want to move quickly to the next set that have a different room tone/noise profile.
As it stands now I have to go through the following for offline de-noising:
a) find a piece of room tone
b) instantiate de-noise plugin and hit learn
c) play the room tone, stop,
d) hit learn again, save preset, close plugin
e) select audio for offline process
f) open offline de-noise plugin
g) load preset
repeat all above steps for other noise profiles…
Or am I missing something here? I didn’t find anything in the manual about this. I honestly don’t really comprehend why the programmers would limit us this way…
In PT I simply leave, for example;
a) open plugin
b) select tone and press “learn”
c) select region to process, then process