I experienced big struggles with the AAFFilter.bundle v22.214.171.124.
Here’s my configuration : Nuendo 6.0.5 running on a Mac Pro Octo ML 10.8.4.
Here’s the diagnostic :
- When exporting an AAF, it would only export non-embedded WITHOUT handles. Non-embedded is the only way to keep original clipnames though.
- When exporting embedded, it would crash most of the time, leading to a proper stop of Nuendo, whereas it usually works with non-embedded (file is less than 4go).
- Non-embedded would lead to some missing clips.
- Small crossfades (40ms) would not export properly, leading to truncated files.
- For some reason, most of the fades in/out wouldn’t export properly.
- Small edits such as mouth noises or pencil edits wouldn’t apply, occuring some small clips generation (and digital clicks because of the truncated files).
Here’s a (not to say the only) solution I found :
- Export XML
- Import in Nuendo 5.1.1 (AAFFilter.bundle v126.96.36.199)
- Export from this version with non-embedded audio or references.
Though, try to consider this solution as a massive pain in the neck (3 steps instead of 1), and a total waste of time…
Couldn’t it be possible to roll-back to this working version and try to improve the spec sheet with the developpers ? Because v188.8.131.52 is totally inefficient and useless in any professional workflow…
It’s a real shame though, conformation was so much easier with your 2011 release.
Just to let you know (v184.108.40.206) from Nuendo to Protools 10 :
- Names = OK
- Tracknames = OK
- Clipgains = OK
- Volume Automation = OK (perfectly matches with clipgains in addition)
- Simple crossfades / fades = OK
Things I haven’t tried yet (will continue tomorrow) :
- Stereo / Mono separation
- offline plugins / realtime transpose
For once, problems are NOT coming from Protools, as I already tried to import the AAF on a new nuendo session.
If you could correct this issue for your next official update, it would be so nice. I have an ATMOS editing coming for September, and I would really like to convince the production to work partly on Nuendo. Though, I can’t take any of these risks if the software works this way…