How to use batch processing in Wavosaur

1.

Open the batch processor:
go to menu Tools>Batch processor.
you can also press 'B on your keyboard.'




2.

Click on the "..." buttons to open the file dialog window..




3.

Select a source folder, all the audio files in this folder will be processed. (sub folder are not processed)
Select a destination folder where the processed files will be written.
If you set the same folder as source and destination folder your files may be overwritten !




4.

Choose the process you want to apply in the "Function" list.
M ake sure there are VST effects in the rack if you choose "VST chain".




5.

Click on the "Run" button to start the batch processing.
The output windows shows the operations.



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