After topping and tailing a track in the montage I typically add a CD Track end marker.
Occasionally, when working with different versions of the same track (explicit/clean/etc) due to operator error, I might overlook pulling back the ‘end’ of the track to the CD Track end marker.
When rendering the whole montage, this results in a track length which goes beyond the CD track end marker … that is it is longer than it was intended to be.
Although it’s my mistake, it is a little annoying that the render will process past the track end marker.
It might only be a few milliseconds, but some labels like their tracks to end min/sec/zero ms. And of course explicit/clean versions need to be identical lengths.
I’m working 24 bit 96 kHz. This was the same in 9.5.
Apart from getting more sleep and watching what I am supposed to be doing, is there something I’m missing.
Or can we maybe look at having ‘render’ stopping at the end marker.