I used to work with ProTools but decided to try Nuendo. But I encountered several issues.
First, I mainly work with field recorders (like Zoom F8, Sound Devices …) which output polywav with all the tracks in it. But Nuendo consider it as a surround file. The split option in the pool do work but when I have both mono and stereo tracks into the same polywav file, it do not allow me to split the polywav file into different mono and stereo file. I was unable to find an efficient solution.
Another problem which is kind of related : while importing an AAF file, it splits (not Nuendo issue there, AAF) all the stereo tracks into two mono. I end up then with two clips, one for the left channel and one for the right, on two mono tracks and I am not able to put them on a stereo tracks without rendering or exporting something. Which is kind of annoying when you have like dozens or thousands of tracks and more clips.
Do I miss something ? Is there efficients way of doing this ?
Thank you in advance,