When I make a vinyl pre-master, I render a continuous WAV for each side of the record. To do this, I make a montage for each side so that the times on PQ report are in sync with the actual audio file.
I have been starting to choose “copy markers” when I render the WAV files so the CD markers are included in the rendered WAV file which along with the PQ report, will help the lacquer cutter.
Anyway, everything is great except the first marker of only the side A rendered WAV file keeps showing as being named “Marker”. All the other markers assume the name they are given in the montage.
Is there a way I can avoid having to rename the first marker of side A every time I render a WAV file? The first marker for the side B WAV file is perfect.
It’s likely because when I make the side B file, I turn what was a CD track splice marker into a CD start marker, so that is the only difference I see. The first marker for side A is and always was a CD start marker because it was the start of the CD.
I’ll attach some screen shots of my two montages, and the resulting WAV file. Note the first marker on the side A WAV is just named “Marker” and in the montage it’s named “Looked In Too” which is the first song.