I have an album montage (rendered as Whole Montage) at 32 bits 96k sample rate and I am trying to render files with added bit + sample rate as suffix in Naming Scheme. I am rendering with options for matching Input Stream.
But in the Naming scheme “Auto Variables” / “Audio” list the Sample Rate is listed as 48 000/48k instead of 96 000/96k, which means that WL adds the wrong suffix (32f48k instead of 32f96k).
I thought the Audio Variables was based on the source audio file?
Any idea why this is happening?
No. It makes more sense to have the sample rate variable match the output file.
Yes, of course!
My mistake…I mean the target file… I just mixed it up in the comment!
So there is still an issue here, because I have the settings to match input stream and the rendered files are 3296, but the naming is wrong.
- The montage is 3296
- Render will follow input stream
- Naming scheme thinks target will ber 32 48
Any ideas why?
Anything else that may have an impact on how naming sheme looks at target?
By the way… as a proposal.
It would be great with options for Sample Rate Bit Depth with just numbers, i.e. 32 and 96 instead of 32f and 96k!
The menu entries are not as much “aware” as the rendering process of the output sample rate. If you render, is the name really wrong?
Next WaveLab version will have a trick to achieve that.
Yes, naming is wrong when rendering:
- I made two Whole Montage renderings as 3248 and 3296 from original album montage
- New AM’s are 3248 and 3296 respectively
- I rendered files from new AM’s using Match Input Stream and same Naming Scheme with Bitrate and Sample Rate Variables in folder and file name
– I first render files from the 3248 version and get correct subfolder and names
– I try to render files from 3296 version but get warning that 3248 files will be overwritten, although I expect them to end up in separate subfolder with other names due to 3296 suffix.