Half of the time when I make a feature request, you inform that it’s already there - I just couldn’t find it, or didn’t know what it’s called.
I use Wavelab and Cubase to produce a worldwide syndicated 30 minute-long radio broadcast. Every show needs a 5 second gap at some point in the middle of the show for radio stations to insert their own custom liners and call letters. The distribution system needs to know when the 5 second gap occurs in our show. That value is defined in milliseconds, and is part of the file name.
Right now, I use an Excel spreadsheet to convert time code to milliseconds, then I name the file accordingly.
Before I upload the show to the distribution company, I open the show again in Wavelab and quickly scan through every part of it to make sure there are no mistakes. I produce eight 30-minute shows per day, so I need to be very efficient.
One thing I can’t easily do is verify the timing of the 5 second gap I created. If Wavelab (and Cubase) could display the time in milliseconds, that would be a huge time saver for me, and give me more confidence that I proved the correct time stamp in the file name.