[ardour-users] Export all tracks
t_w_ at freenet.de
Wed Mar 28 09:44:17 PDT 2007
On Wed, Mar 28, 2007 at 06:17:05PM +0200, prg at ichthyostega.de wrote:
> - most important would be the ability to select some tracks / busses.
> So you can export e.g. your subgroups.
Of course :)
> - very helpful would be the ability to export a defined region of the
> timeline, e.g. the punch range. Of course it is absolute necessary
> that this works 100% accurate (up to single sample and no latencies),
> but I think, that's the case in ardour anyway.
Such a dialog will likely be very similar to the export dialog and
have the same range selection.
> - correct handling of multi channel busses. At least: If exporting an
> stereo bus, I'd like the ability to eiter generate two mono wavs or
> one stereo wav. Of course, different channel configurations mixed
> (some mono tracks, some stereo tracks, etc.). Nice, if this worked
> for multi channel as well (e.g. using ambisonics busses)
Split / Joined multichannel has to be an option.
But if I understand you right, you would like to have it per track/bus,
not only once on a global level? If so, why? What would be the use case?
> - enabling only some of (pre/postfader, gain, pan) would be nice and
> helpful (but I consider this not so important then the above).
> If such is included, we shouldn't forget the pan: a switch to
> *disable* all panners would be nice..
I guess disabling gain but including plugins would be asking for trouble.
So it should be about after which step to get the signal, with pan maybe
an independent option.
> - some sort of scriptability of this feature woud be really helpful:
> so you can prepare the export script and if your session is ready
> finally (which probably will be at 2:00 AM ), you just have to
> start the export script and go to bed...
Hmm. Export blocks JACK with the freewheeling mode. As that might be a
problem for large sessions, I already included the creation of a batch
job as (halfway) solution in my design document. So this would be all
the same :)
> Hermann Vosseler
Thanks for the input!
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