When using "add folder" in batch processing, why on earth doesn't it understand sub folders and just adds all the audio files that can be found in them??
Let's say you have 500 sub folders with thousands of samples that you want to process (so a common scenario for us who works with audio/sample libraries). Am i supposed to copy all the files to one main folder, then spend hours fixing the folder structures again?
Who doesn't use folders? Batch converting is a process you want to use when you have perhaps hundreds or many thousands of files to process and it's tedious to do manually. A scenario where all those thousands of files will be in one folder is highly unlikely.
Also, if you add a folder, it doesn't remember that specific location, so for the next folder (folder 499 of 500) you have to yet again browse to that location, so tons of tedious work to do it that way.
Normalisation seriously needs a keyb shortcut too, it's like the program just hates its users and wants the experience to be tedious and slow, and it's not like i'm the first one to ask for that function...