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Export Queue (Render in batch)

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asked Dec 6, 2017 in Editing by diapasonprodues (2,530 points)
Take Reaper for example. I can open the batch window and select several projects to be automatically opened, rendered, then closed one after the other and all export/render parameters can be set from the batch window. It is really useful to render all variations (wav / mp3) of all .songs or .projects in a row and leave the computer to do it by itself without needing to be sitting in front of it waiting for each process then manually starting the next one. Or when there are really long files to be rendered I can just go home and the next morning I will see everything is already exported for me.

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answered Jan 17, 2018 by AlexTinsley (910,790 points)
 
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answered Dec 6, 2020 by andreasfranzmann (2,740 points)
The reaper render queue is just outstanding and would be a tremendous improvement to Studio One, too!

I make a lot of alternate versions, 60sec/30sec/15sec edits etc. so this would be extremely timesaving. Especially when the amount of plugins slows the online bounce down to 1,2x speed...

I would love to the this feature in Studio One!
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answered Mar 8 by robreid1 (1,100 points)
Sitting here rendering a bunch of stems manually. REALLY missing the reaper render queue! Probably a pretty overlooked feature unfortunately :(
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