Dear developers of Nuendo,
I am running the latest Nuendo 8 but will defenitly move on to 10 soon.
Here’s the situation…
I am a sound engineer on set as well as the person doing the post production.
On set I am recording multichannel wav’s on a field recorder (Zoom F8) while sending a stereo mixdown to the camera with a stereo sender. The camera is allso synced to timecode by a Tentacle device.
After the shoot it is very easy to reconnect the original audio with the Tentacle software to the video footage. The downside however is that editting with multichannel files is very unpleasant in Adobe Premiere (it can be as much as 8 channels…) and not necessary at all to make a good sounding edit for preview. It would be so much better to be able to make the edit with the stereomix and re-sync to the original audio only in the post-production proces.
The AAF I get back from the editor still contains the original times-tamp (TC) so it should be fairly easy to point out the original wav’s (allso still containing the same time-stamp) and relink them in the Nuendo Project.
I wonder if I overlook a function that is allready there or if this function should and could still be implemented in Nuendo. It seems that Pro Tools does have a function for this, but I would rather not install Pro Tools, sought out the right method and re-export the project as an AAF. It seems a lot of work while the implemantation of re-linking based on TC should be fairly easy to implement inside Nuendo.
Kind Regards, Björn - Warning Studios