Perhaps it's the $1,800 price...
Still, Nuendo... I'm assuming that in German Nuendo doesn't sound quite as wrong as it does in English.
But I digress. Nuendo 5 offers a number of new features, and the write-up says it has "a wealth of features made for film and TV editors, mixers and video game sound designers," and includes:
- Spot and organize
Nuendo 5 allows the engineer to comprehensively spot and organize recording takes, such as for multiple roles by using a flexible marker track system. All marker tracks can be sorted and filtered in the marker window, which helps the user to keep the overview on the project. Nuendo 5 also reads CMX 3600 EDL lists provided by the video editor as well as exported and imported CSV formatted spotting and ADR lists.
- New video engine
The new native video engine of Nuendo 5 is based on QuickTime. Not only does it provide better performance but also the ability to play out videos in real time via FireWire, now also on Windows. The new video settings panel complements this top feature.
May 27, 2010
900 Seward Street
Hollywood CA, 90038
Check the Nuendo 5 World Tour page to see if your country is included.