What we try to explain, is that the problem is not the format or content of the CD, but the media itself. A commercial CD is "printed", not "burnt". It reflects the CD laser in a better way than a self-burn CD. This is why we say, that you could try another CD brand, that has better laser reflection, once burnt by you. But the physical CD, produced at the factory, won't have problems.
I'd really really like rendered MP3s to open in Audio File window, or really ANY rendered file to open there. I guess somebody must like that. I hate it. I'm done at that point, don't need the file open. All I hope for is a preference to change this behavior if it's not there
This option is already controlled by the check box "Open resulting audio file", in the Render dialog.
Can this slot be used for any plugins e.g. can it be used for ARC room compensation which would not be included in render process and would not affect metering? Such feature alone would make the upgrade price worth for me...
Absolutely, yes; I did not forget this request ;) You choose what plugins you want to show in this slot's menu from the Plugin-setting dialog.
Yes, WaveLab can create enhanced CDs, that is, CD with audio tracks and a data part. You first create the audio data, specifying that the CD should not be fully closed (from the Audio CD write dialog). Then you open the Data CD window, and add any file to it.
I see what you mean; maybe this feature should be added. The reason of the current behaviour is this: an envelope is made of 3 parts: fade in, volume part, fade-out. The Copy operates on either of these segments. And the start level is determined by the fade in out levels.
CD Burning requires some human intervention, hence batch does not make sense. DDP is different, but to be honest, "internally" it is much like CD burning and would require a big effort to make it "batchable"
There is a hack you could try... if you find this easier: 1) Export your 44.1k montage as a XML file (menu File > Export) 2) Open your XML file in a text editor (not a word processor). 3) Find and replace all the 44100 values with eg. 96000 4) Find all the fields <pos>XXX</pos>, which are sample values to the resampled value. For instance, if there is <pos>100000</pos> replace it with: <pos>217687</pos>
(because 217687 = 100000 * 96000 / 44100).
5) Find and replace the file names in the XML file, to point to the files with the 96000 SR. 6) Save the XML file. 7) Import in WaveLab.