Originally Posted by Henchman
Features that had been asked for when they still had the chance to be a force to be reckoned with.
Instead, Stinberg wasted their time, not listening to post production Professionals. And completely missed the boat, and their window of opportunity.
Stuff like simply importing tracks from ther sessions. A conform package. A bussing that allowed stem creation by bussing busesses to busses. And bussing tracks to multiple busses.
Honestly, having both Nuendo and ProTools HD I have to admit that Nuendo meanwhile outperforms ProTools in many regards. Two years back I was 70% on ProTools and 30% on Nuendo, but it changes to the opposite. Yes, there are features in PT I'd love to see in Nuendo (session data exchange please!!!!) and Nuendo is far from being complete. But comparing automation, routing, cue mix, video overlay, whole post-editing side, sound content search, MIDI, composing, networking with each other, I would say PT has to catch up even compared to N5.5.
Looking forward to the ADR Taker in N6. I've still missed the ability to display the dialog on screen while dubbing. Now tell me that PT offers integrated ADR
.........still love working on PT but when I see the progress at Steiny/Yamaha and the situation at Avid, I think Nuendo 6 is finally becoming the better post-tool. I don't believe they "missed the window" as I'm wondering how long PT can just live from being "the standard".