I’ve noticed it is impossible to count clips and takes in Cubase and Nuendo without counting them manually.
A deleted recording, even after removed from the audio pool and trash, will still take possession of the file name it had. Eg, We have a track called ‘audio’, files audio01 audio02 audio03 have been recorded, audio03 deleted from project, trash and pool. Continue to record on the track, the next file will now be labeled audio4 even though we have attempted to eliminate audio3 from existence.
-Cubase and Nuendo will not count the selected clips.
So… If you have to record a certain number of files for a corporate project. You have to manually count them since the file number of the last file is larger than the actual number of files you have as it is counting the deleted files.
Surely there should be some way around this? Any ideas? It will count the ‘used’ files in the pool but that is for the entire project, not a certain track or anything
Oddly, saving and reverting the project after removing a deleted clip from the trash ‘will’ make the deleted clip name available again. It just takes too long to actually be useful to save and revert a project on every single mistake/deleted clip.
Anyone know a better work around? At the moment I am having to use a tap count application on my phone.