likelystory wrote:Instead of using macros why don't you just use the built-in functionality combined with the range tool?
- Split range
- Crop range
Oliver.Lucas wrote:Hi there,
I've posted about this since I've been a Nuendo user (some 8/9 years ago, I believe).
It comes up every now and then, but I guess it would cause a lot of work on Steinberg's side, because they must have read this complaint a million times without ever implementing a fix or reacting.
If you have an external software like ikey from plum amazing (if you're on mac, or someting equivalent on pc) you will be able to make it work by inserting pauses into the macro. Timing seems to be the issue here.
I still hope they will implement this as a regular command one day....
ErikG wrote:To get your macro to work better you need to adjust the timing. The commands are issued faster than the program can react to.
ErikG wrote:You can youse a number of zoom in and out commands to affect timing. Or to add a more substantial delay you can use a PLE routine. But you can only issue a max of two PLE routines in a macro so till not a good solution! but still a solution that may come in handy now and again.
To get your macro to work better you need to adjust the timing. The commands are issued faster than the program can react to.
ErikG wrote:Personally I don't think a "pause/wait" command will be enough.
Because it will have to be set so that it works on large projects (slow execution) and thus it will be slow on small projects as well.
What is really needed is that Nuendo waits for each step to be completed before issuing the next command.
ErikG wrote:As for a PLE it really isn't very useful for delay as in a big macro you need multiple delays for it to execute properly. And we can only have two PLE entries in a chain (it's a undocumented limitation, if you add more than two PLE routines the third and later will just be ignored.
ErikG wrote:The limitation I have found is using The output macro in the lower right in the PLE window. Otherwise the PLE can't be used as a delay as the regular macro engine won't know it needs to wait for the completion of the PLE.
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