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Export nuendo to pro tool LE DAW Software
Old 5th September 2007
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Export nuendo to pro tool LE

I just did some tracking in a sudio using nuendo, and I need to export the wave files so I can take them to my house and put them in pro tools LE. Does anyone know how to export so all the waves from point zero? (there are guitar tracks that start in the middle of songs) Thanks
Old 5th September 2007
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Yes, if your tracks are all a bunch of random regions, select all regions in that track and go under the "Audio" menu and select "events to regions". Once all your tracks are one solid track, you can drag the far left corner of your tracks (the one that will let you elongate or shorten your track region size) and pull them over to the very begining "0". Now all your tracks are one, and all start at zero. I do this when I archive all my stuff to DVD.
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You can also "Bounce" under the audio menu as well, but your first region still needs to start at zero. The bounce feature basically renders out your tracks from the point where it first starts. You can hit "CTRL A" to select all, then click "Bounce" so can do this to all your tracks at once.
Hope this helps.
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Export them as broadcast wav files, so protools will know the time stamp of the files.
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Old 5th September 2007
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Thanks for the replies, if I have solid regions that start at zero following Slaytex's directions, do I still need to export as broadcast waves, and will LE recognise the time stamp?
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Set the proj session to BWF (shift/S). With the range tool hi-lite all the tracks all the way to the left (essientially zero) bounce and import them into PT starting at zero. If you want to make the import easier, before you bounce, # your track names, ie. 1 kik 2 snare 3 h.h. This way the track will be imported in the order you need instead of having to shuffle the order to suit your purpose inside PT.
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If following my words, you don't need to export them as broadcast waves. This is all good advice here and there are multiple ways of doing this as you can see.
Good luck.
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