Thanks to assistance from people on this forum, I’ve been taking advantage of the powerful Wavelab Spectrum Editor to remove clicks and pops from speech. I set up a shortcut for the waveform view and the spectrum editor view to quickly switch from one to the other.
However, I haven’t been able to figure out a way to retain my specific waveform zoom settings. When I return to waveform, the view is reset to default. While this isn’t a big deal for one or two view switches, it adds up to a considerable amount of extra time when making hundreds of switches over the course of a 10 hour audiobook.
Is there a way to switch to the previous view, retaining zoom settings? (I’m referring to both ctrl-scroll and shift-scroll zoom settings.)
Pictures describe this much better than words, so . . .
My preferred view (waveform heavily stretched vertically to see clicks and pops in between words).
And then I switch to Spectrum Editor to fix a pop.
And then I switch back to Waveform view. But now the view is reset, and I have to customize it again.
I appreciate any help on this! If there’s no method, then I heartily recommend this feature in a future update.