Chewy and I are saying roughly the same thing. In his example you are pulling files from the pool and placing them on one track and the files are laid out in sequence, one after another. In my example the files live on separate tracks, but are still laid out in sequence, one after another. In both cases you could use cycle markers.
A “regular” marker just indicates a point in the timeline. A “cycle” marker indicates a starting point and an end point on the timeline. When you do a batch export your cycle makers will show up with their respective names in the export dialog window, and there’s as box next to each. If you check a box that cycle marker will be the range for the export. If you check several they will all be different individual exports of those ranges.
You can then tell Nuendo to label your exports using those names. So you could choose for example [project name]+[cycle marker], and you can call the project “Audiobook 1” and your first cycle marker could be called “Chapter 1”. If you select that cycle marker with that name you would get a file called “Audiobook 1 - Chapter 1”. If you had 50 chapters all with a cycle marker each you’d see in your destination folder;
“Audiobook 1 - Chapter 1”
“Audiobook 1 - Chapter 2”
“Audiobook 1 - Chapter 3”
“Audiobook 1 - Chapter 4”
“Audiobook 1 - Chapter 50”
There’s a key command for making a selection range the same as your selected events. And then there’s a key command for making your selection range into a cycle marker. So you can create a macro, or just hit two keys, and it’ll be quick to do this. Select your events for the chapter, press a key to create a timeline selection, press a key to create a cycle marker… then name the marker. Done.