When exporting audio, it won't let me render to the length I want

Hi all, this one's pretty weird. So I'm exporting a track as a .wav file, and when I go to chose the render end point, I am unable to choose the end of my track which is at 240 measures. It's weird, there's like a skip point. I will set the end point as 138 and that's fine, but as soon as I go past 138 measures, it doubles or halves every value I put in.

For example, when I enter 240 and press enter, the value will change to either 120 or 480, it makes no sense! I can't get it by holding down with my mouse and scrolling on the value either. It skips just the same. Help?


Rhett Miller 4 years ago | 0 comments

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  • z1reticuli
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    Had similar experience. Could not solve it, simply rendered the length the SW allowed. The track then ended with some 10-20 seconds of silence. Ridiculous. I was advised instead of rendering just recording everything into one audio track (resampling) and then use that audio as Ableton Live stores it on my disk, which is, basically cheat the whole rendering process.

    3 years ago | 0 comments

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