Last week we released Pro Media Tools 1.1.4, a minor update to our suite of tools for improving your media workflows.
The most important change is that Pro Media Tools now requires OS X 10.6 or higher, but we are offering an older version for OS X 10.5 users.
We've made several changes to timecode in QT Edit. When importing timecode from a THM file (as created by a DSLR camera), QT Edit will no longer prompt you for the file's location if it exists in the same directory as the movie clip.
Timecode can now be applied to DSLR media in batch mode too, with QT Edit using the location of the first file in the batch or prompting you for a directory if no matching THM files are found at that location.
Timeline Tricks has had many under-the-hood changes, providing greater processing speed and reliability. We've also added the ability to remove muted clips with -inf volume levels.
There have been many other bug fixes and improvements in this version and the full list of changes is available here.
Pro Media Tools is an essential time-saving tool for video editors and post production professionals. To find out more, see our features page, watch the overview video, check out the user manual or download the free 15-day trial.