There are a couple of EuCon-commands which are -indeed- commands which (should) apply immediately by pushing the relevant SoftKey (So called Key-Commands), but there are also EuCon-commands which actually work as some kind of increment/decrement-parameter change, being controlled by the jog wheel, àfter their parameter has been selected by means of pushing a SoftKey (so called Jog-Commands).
- Fade In/Out to cursor: Key Command
- Apply Standard Fade In/Out: Key Command
- Increment/Decrement Fade In/Out Length: Key Command
- Jog Fade In/Out: Jog Command
- Trim Head/Tail: Jog Command
First select the event in Nuendo (and place Nuendo’s playhead to the appropriate position), then you can apply your Key-Commands-SoftKeys immediately.
Jog Commands, though, work as a increment/decrement-command: First select the event in Nuendo, push the relevant Jog-Command-SoftKey and dial your jog wheel in order to in-/decrease the selected parameter (e.g. Fade In/Out). Remember that Nuendo’s Grid Type applies to the JogWheel’s in-/decrement-change when trimming and moving, but Nuendo’s Zoom-Factor applies when in/decreasing the Fade In/Out.
While I am on an MC Pro, I can’t exactly reproduce your workflow, but I do remember the steps in the workflow from the days that I worked on an MC Control.
In order to assign the proper Jog Commands to your MC Control, keep in mind that it’s easy to misinterpret which wheel you should assign the Jog Commands to. If you follow the following “path” in your workflow when programming your Jog-Commands-SoftKeys in “EuControl Settings”, it should work:
- EuControl Settings
- Select an empty SoftKey
- Section: Touchscreen (with the MC Control’s icon)
- Press Command
- Add Command: “Wheel”
- On the right side of the page, where it says “Wheel” : Select “Jog” (with the MC Control’s icon)
- Function: Left Edit / Jog Fade In (or choose whatever you’d like to be controlled by your MC Control’s Jog Wheel)
- Close SoftKeys Command Editor’s Window
- Close EuControl Settings Window
It should work now, if it doesn’t I’d recommend un-&re-installing your EuCon-software by means of the uninstall script in your Euphonix-folder), and checking if all your Artist-Series-devices are on the latest firmware?
Hope this helps.