I think since I first used Nuendo Live last year I pretty quickly worked out that with the pre-record buffer switched on it records WAV files. with fractionally different start points.
This in itself was annoying, as the WAV files couldn’t just be loaded into a different application…(not even the full version of Nuendo) on their own… The only way of doing this was to export as AAF which seemed to solve any issues.
My problem came when I had a crash on save and lost the Nuendo Live data… The WAVs had recorded fine but weren’t in the session.
Of course I’m now left with WAV files that won’t sink up with each other in another application… even when loading back into NL… the are all fractionally different to each other. By a few mS.
On your website I searched for a solution and came up with this… “Nuendo Live even allows you to recover unfinished audio files in case a power cut occurs.”
I’ve checked the manual but no where does it mention how to recover these files?.
Am I missing something.?
I tried to take them into Full Nuendo but the ‘paste to origin’ function is greyed out on these files.
Just to clarify… these are in a session where I armed all tracks and hit record… before someone thinks I have recorded stuff at different points in the playlist.
Is the writing of files with out of sync start times just part of the operation of the program that is normal… which is fine under normal use… But there seems to be no way of lining them up together after a crash??
Hopefully I will get a reply as NL is a very good tool for basic live recording.