Pro Tools Crash Protection
- Skip the bad session.
- Bounce the remaining session files.
- Text or email you to let you know.
Nope! Bounce Butler Automates Batch Exporting, so you can do other stuff. It will text or email you when it's done. Let it bounce out all your stems, alternate mixes etc...
Yes! Solo each stem you want to bounce, save it as it's own session, and let Bounce Butler take care of the rest!
Yes bruh. Bounce Butler Automates Batch Exporting. In other words, it gives your back your time and lets your studio work for you while you're not there.
It will title each bounce the same name as the session it was bounced from.
Bounce Butler is essentially like having another person using your computer. It's a "virtual interen" so to speak. You computer can handle running multiple apps, but it can't handle two people using the mouse and keyboard, for this reason, once you start bouncing, if you move your mouse or use your keyboard, Bounce Butler will pause until you tell it to continue.
This depends on the DAW you're using, but it will bounce to your session's bounce folder or to the previously selected bounce folder. (The one you used the last time you bounced.)
You can select the option to have it copy eached finished bounce to anywhere you want too. This is awesome for copying bounces to Dropbox so that you can check finished bounces from anywhere.
In this first version, it will bounce in whatever previous format you used. In the future however, you'll be able to select any output format you'd like.
Yes and yes! It will default to your last used bounce settings.
Yes you can! It will bounce two files per song in that case.
It depends on the DAW, but in Pro Tools, if you select the part of your session you want bounced and save the session, it will bounce that. If you have not selected anything in your session and saved it, Bounce Butler will "Select All" and bounce the entire session.
In DAWs like Logic Pro X, Cubase and Ableton, it's often best to save a copy of a session that is edited to the exact length you want the final bounce to be. There's a few different ways to do it though.