Why is edit mode still a Nuendo only feature. It’s absolutely ridiculous. Every other DAWs on the market have that feature. I score to picture all the time but we dont all work for Hollywood’s big productions. I’m hardly making a living out of corporate gigs and short films. I can’t afford or need all the features that Nuendo offers but being able to move a midi note or an audio clip that follows video frames is a standard feature everywhere else so why is it still missing here. Is Cubase just not good enough for such a simple feature?
I’m a 4 months Cubase 8.5 user and I thought I would love Cubase but and I’m never upgrading or paying another dime to Steinberg if you can’t include such a basic feature. When I bought it, it never occurred to me that such an obvious feature could be missing in a DAW as complete as Cubase is or I would have never made the leap.
Please include this in the next update. I’m already searching for an alternative DAW. Stop taking us for fools. Nuendo is way too expensive for the common working composer. You’re giving me no choice but to look elsewhere.
In Ableton, it’s not a mode that you turn on or off like the edit mode. It’s simply integrated into the workflow. If you move a midi note or an event, the video playback will follow whatever selection. This is great for sound design but an absolute must for Mickey Mousing. Big Cubase fail there. I would understand not including “Edit Mode” in the Elements or even Artist but there is no reason not to include this in the Pro version as Mickey Mousing is done by the composer and not in post-production.