I just bought Batch Command so forgive me if this has already been addressed. I'm doing TV mixing where on average I'm printing about 10-15 stems per mix. I'd like to use a Batch Command to bounce and name all files but I'm not sure if Batch Command can do this? Is it possible to bounce multiple stems at once or would the command have to be written to bounce, name and then move to the next stem? And if so how would I select the appropriate stem to bounce? Not sure if there is a way to do it but I'd love any input. Thank you.
I'm trying to figure out a way to do it without the grouping. Is there a reason they are necessary? And you kind of answered my next question which is how am I going to use this when I have to bounce 45 minute files? The delay time is not long enough. Any idea when the next update will be available? Otherwise I can't use this until then. Thank you.
You can still bounce 45 min sessions with the delay time, just repeat the 10 second delay 270 times .
If u want it to solo the correct stems, groups are the only way to know which tracks to solo. The other way is track by track , or if u bus all the correct stems and start the busses at the top of the session I.e track 1-10 then mute them all.
Then have the macro unmute and bounce, then mute when it is done and move to the next track and unmute and repeat 10 times your stems will be bounced..
update with "smart bounce" delay time will be out next week..
Thanks for getting back so quick. And right, I get you about the bounce. I actually started a batch command that I think works well but I am starting it after I set up the bounce selections (since there are so many, approx. 12 stems to bounce). So my batch command starts with a bounce and I've got it all the way until the naming procedure. Is there a way to continue the command with some sort of "name selected tracks" quick key and then enter the file names into the batch commander?