Why when rendering “Whole Montage”, wavelab does the offline rendering in the background, allowing me to continue working, while when rendering a “CD track” (for example), a foreground window that prohibits me to do anything else during the offline rendering ?
There must be a good reason I don’t understand.
In this case I master 1 single track in a Montage.
I created CD markers as if it was a 1 track CD, in order to have all the metadatas and ISRC in the rendered file.
Then I render “Selected CD track”
Here are the settings :
No. There must be a setting or deviation somewhere between our workflows but when I render Marked Regions/CD Tracks the ISRC codes entered in the CD-Tab are embedded to the rendered file(s) via my Metadata Preset that is loaded in the Metadata tab.
Yes. I can’t quite fit it all in one screen shot but with this metadata preset loaded, rendering All Marked Regions/CD Tracks results in the ISRC being added. I checked some recent renders in the Meta app, Sonoris ISRC, and the WaveLab Audio Editor.
There must be a small discrepancy somewhere but it should work. Every single WAV and mp3 I render of each song is done using All Marked Regions/CD Tracks and metadata and codes are all present in the resulting renders.
Yes. I have a handful of montage templates that can be loaded with a key command. The main differences are the sample rate, and whether or not markers are quantized or not in the CD Wizard settings for singles vs. albums etc.
With all of them though, the moment a montage template is loaded, the Metadata Tab is already set to how it needs to be for my needs and I never have to open it, other than when I am rendering mp3s and want to add the artwork.