I had a lot of workflow issues interfacing with post production sound mixers who use PT because I couldn’t export OMF’s from C6.5 that would open correctly in PT.
The best way way to export Audio files for import into PT that need to open up exactly in position is through exporting an AAF (which is more reliable than OMF).
Only prob is that C6.5 doesn’t support OMF. I waited for C8Pro but still no AAF support so I didn’t upgrade.
Instead I found a thread somewhere in the forum that suggested a workaround which has proved to be super reliable and pain free.
Download and install Nuendo trial, you get 400hours before you need to purchase a license.
Print your audio in Cubase so you have all the audio files you need. Save and open up Cubase project in nuendo.
Under the export menu there is the export AAF function. Selecting this provides a few options for the export.
Set according to your needs and create the AAF (I found it better to include the audio in the AAF instead of media file references).
The output file is a single AAF file which can be imported into PT and on import files the Audio files drop on timeline perfectly.
Do ensure your Cubase and PT project have the same project start timecode and you’re set.
The process of creating the AAF takes about 5mins so you can do the math as to how much use you can get from 400 hours.
This saved my bacon big time.
Hopefully this feature will appear in Cubase before my 400 hors is up!
Can’t find the original post atm but if I do I’ll post the link. As it’s more detailed, but hopefully you get the gist.