Hi, I’ve stumbled upon a problem when exporting AAF files from DaVinci Resolve. When trying to import embedded AAF files from Davinci Resolve into Cubase Pro 12 I get this error message:
132 unresolved media reference(s) inside the AAF file.
The DaVinci Resolve AAF file contains inconsistencies. The file import may be incomplete. Please check the import result.
I click “Ok” and then it just created the tracks without audio.
I must use embedded audio with the AAF because some of the dialogue is linked to the video files which are 75GB. BUT, if I don’t use embedded audio this works fine and links the audio correctly.
I’ve seen this post before, for instance this forum post. Sadly the solutions offered in here didn’t work for me. As of the other post I’ve seen that people blame Davinci Resolve for this which might be true. But what I find interesting is that the same AAF file (embedded) that created errors for me inside Cubase, works flawlessly inside Pro Tools. And that’s why I created a new post about this. Doesn’t that mean that Steinberg should look into this?
I’ve tried to use different settings suggested in the other forum post like:
Using video with.
Unchecking "Use unique filenames.
Checking "Render as discrete audio tracks.
Also this is my render settings inside DaVinci Resolve:
Cubase Pro 12.0.70
Windows 11 22H2
DaVinci Resolve 18.6 Build 9
Pro Tools 2023.6.0