I just thought of my new workaround for not having a stand-alone. Still export my song file. Have another song file with nothing in it except Ozone. Then bring in the exported file. Amounts to the same thing.
Why not just have Ozone in the original file? I suppose that’s fine for lots of producers - unless the song file is chock full of effects that are pretty much maxing out the CPU. (That’s a description of my usual song file situation at the final mix point.)
Having Ozone separate allows for a final mastering cycle with no CPU considerations.
That’s why for me anyway.
Also, I’m going to write iZotope with an objection to their decision.