does anybody have different behaviour with CB 12 ‘render in place’ on mac?
I have to SOLO the tracks before rendering in place, otherwise render in place acts as Export (it renders the whole song)
It also takes WAY to much time to render two short drumloops, for instance.
With CB11, i could select an event, press key command, and it would render just the events.
I’m rendering in place, with just channel settings, not complete path
When i render in place multiple instrument vsti parts (not midi), the whole songs gets bounced instead of seperate parts.
When i render only one part, it renders correctly.
But when I select and render two or more parts, I have this wierd thing where the whole song gets bounced including tracks that are not selected. (like full export)
For example, i have a big projects with 100+ tracks…
-I select 2 drum parts from 2 different Sampler Tracks, no routing to groups.
-Nothing is muted, or solo’d etc etc
-I select Render In Place
-I select Channel Settings Only, as seperate events etc etc
-Result is a bounce from the whole song (audio export) in same location as selected part,
including ALL other tracks.
-Result should be 2 tracks with audio, just the selected parts.
I have CB 11 installed, this works fine, but CB 12 has this wierd thing…its unusable for me to work, since is use Render In Place a LOT
I have this on Win AND Mac, so i this is extra wierd…am i doing something obviously wrong???
I have the same problem in Cubase 12.0.10 on my PC. When I Render in place separate tracks it works ok, but when I want to Render in place couple of selected tracks with the option “Mix down to one audio file” enabled it renders all the tracks (not only selected). Soloing the tracks to render doesn’t help, 'cos during the render Cubase unsolos them. On C11 in same session no problem. Please Steinberg, fix this problem soon.
I can’t hear audio on the video, and the second one with the audio is not viewable because it is private, but I think you are talking about the same issue as I reported here:
I haven’t had an opportunity to check it with 12.0.10 yet, but, from the thread above, it appears the behavior is the same. It is not only render in place that has this behavior, but also export selected events (which is what I initially reported in the thread referenced – I found the same behavior for render in place later). My thread does show the settings in the screenshot, and the tracks from which the selected clips were selected went to a group track (BGV Submix, which is in the screen shot). They were just audio tracks, in my case, though I’m pretty sure I saw a similar issue with Instrument tracks (in that case I had to use two instances of a UJAM Virtual Guitarist plugin to get a single part due to needing a different preset at the end of the track), and I was trying to combine those into a single audio track since it was meant to be a single part.
The video with the sound does work now, and, yes, the problem is exactly what I was seeing in Cubase 12.0.0, though I initially saw it in the context of the export selected before seeing it in the render as context (both mentioned in the thread I’d posted previously, which got absolutely zero response from Steinberg or anyone else).
I have not had the opportunity to try this on 12.0.10 yet, but I see you have, so I assume I’d still have the same issue. (The only difference is you are on Mac, while I’m on Windows, but I can’t imagine that would affect what gets rendered in this case. It would seem to me the bug may be something relating to rendering as one file, which is maybe forcing rendering of everything instead of mixing the results of only what is selected.)