Maybe I'm missing what you're after but I'm not really seeing the benefit of setting up a specific trigger pattern for this besides knowing which cylinder it's on once it figures out the odd trigger.
I think if you're looking for accuracy you're ditching the distributor crank triggering because of its slop and using
a crank trigger anyways. If the crank trigger / rear main seal setup I mentioned / linked to fits your engine it's a relatively painless way to get accurate timing (but of course requires getting behind the flywheel to install it.) The distributor wheel could be modded to a one window if you need to use it as a cam pulse along with that crank trigger setup.
This should be separated out from the VAG vvt cam trigger / sync pulse that is at a quick glance similar but it's really not. That's a different story, that one is to be able to see what the vvt is doing at a finer resolution coupled with a crank trigger wheel if speedy can calculate it / make use of it for fine tuning vvt or possibly watching for misfires if that's in the cards for speedy.