I have been using Cubase for Music and Davinci Resolve for film editing / grading and sound mixing / design (mixing!).
There is a lot I love about Davinci Resolve and the way it handles polywavs and syncing is brilliant in my opinion. Then you switch to the fairlight page and things are logical to me, but very out dated and not especially feature rich, hence, I upgraded my Cubase this week for Nuendo so that I can utilise a DAW that is dedicated to sound, rather than working in two packages export from one importing to the other etc.
If I do a straight forward “File => Export => AAF” I get an AAF with referenced files to the original media and it sort of works, but any field recorded sound that was synced / linked to the video clip loses it’s reference, i.e. it’s the camera sound that gets imported.
I have tried doing a ProTools AAF export from Resolve which creates MXF files for everything, and this is what has come with the "Failed to import AAF file: (Err: FFFFFC2B). I have also tried the AVID AAF export from resolve
Has anyone successfully round tripped from Davinci Resolve into Nuendo, with synced / linked polywav audio files?