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Old 04-08-2008, 12:33 AM
henrikas henrikas is offline
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Default OMF export from Cubase/Nuendo


When exporting OMF from Cubase (4.3.1) I have 2 issues that seem odd:

1. All the files show up in mono in the edit window in PT. The original files are stereo. Although both L and R files are present in the audio-folder, PT loads only mono into the project. How do I get around this?

2. PT har great difficulty finding and linking the files, although they are all in one folder. (copy source material). It seems I must manually find each and every file. (Which is a major operation with all the clicking on individual files)

Mac Pro OS 10.4.9
ProTools LE 7.4
Factory 003
Cubase 4.3.1
DigiTranslator 2.0

Henrik Skram
filmcomposer - OSLO
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