Sure this must be a simple answer but exhaustive searches throw no light on how to do this.
Often during a session I will want to output a particular section of the timeline - all the tracks. For instance I have two instances of a film trailer I am working on right now on the same timeline and I want to output the second version. In order to do this I have to go to the timeline, go to where it changes to a pencil and then draw out the blue selection area for the area I want to export.
As I draw this line there is no guide as to where it selects and it is only after I release the pencil can I see the selection which is inevitably inaccurate. There seems to be then no way of selecting the chosen area and changing it to where I want it to be apart from going to the top and using the pencil tool again to change the range.
I cannot believe this is the only way to select an area…if you know a better way to do this I would love to know about it. If it is in the manual send me the page number or a link to a video I need to watch…I am not afraid of work but I have hit a dead end on this.
While I am here is there anyone who really knows Nuendo who might be prepared to do a Teamviewer session with me working remotely to explain/go through a couple of things regarding the control room, gain structure and other bits. I will pay a modest fee. I am based in North Thailand and there is just no one to hang out with or compare notes with.