Currently, when doing a Digital release from the Project page, all files are rendered at their file beginnings, not where you place the start marker for the particular song in the Project. This only applies to Digital releases; if you burn to a CD, the songs will start where you place the marker.
This is extremely frustrating when attempting to do something like a smooth transition between songs. For instance, take the end of one song and fade it out, and the beginning of another song and fade it in, then place them on top of each other so one fades out as the other fades in. Then, place the start marker for the second song further in, so that the song begins when the song has fully faded in, not when the file simply starts.
If you do this, and select a Digital release, you will get a file for both songs, but the second song will not begin where the marker was placed but simply begin with a fade in and no audio from the other track. This makes smooth transitions within Studio One impossible when using Digital release.
Many, many (most) artists these days do not master their audio down to Redbook standard and send it off to a pressing plant. They render digital tracks and upload them to Bandcamp, Google Play, iTunes, etc. Not having the option to render your Project digitally in its full form makes the Project page nearly useless for anyone who doesn't make music that starts and stops at distinct points or send their DDP files elsewhere for distribution. Clearly the program is capable of rendering the Project as you hear it (when burning a CD or making an image), so why does it deny the user this option when doing a Digital release?