Since then we have continually improved AATranslator to the point where it now converts more formats (including PTF, OMF & AAF) than any other session conversion program. Mick Rooney's amazing efforts with AATranslator meant that within mere minutes, I was able to extract an OMF into a new folder, and have access to all the individual files which were used in the original session formats, but have them in a (Reaper) format.
But now the import window is only showing AUDIO APPS. I imnported the video file and the video kept sticking after about 30 seconds of playback. I'm almost sure the press releases said that N5 supports whatever formats and codecs are supported by the QT player. I took that to mean QT only, since everyone was complaining about problems with most of the formats you mentioned.
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Here's a super-fast way to adjust the octave of your MIDI events in the Project view: simply select the MIDI notes you'd like to adjust and then hold the Shift key along with the up or down arrow keys to raise or lower the octave of the selected events. One often overlooked feature is its ability to export the text contents of the built-in Notepad available on each Cubase channel.
This is terrifically useful when sharing projects with collaborators, particularly users of other DAWs.