Details

Version: 1.6 (changelog)
Size: 6.0 MB

Note: Pro Admin requires one license of Pro Maintenance Tools per connecting computer.

"The single most useful toolkit you can have for Final Cut Studio. This is really the 'must have' set of tools if you want to ensure that you have a smooth working system."
-- Shane Ross,
Little Frog in High Def

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System Requirements

  • Intel processor
  • Mac OS X 10.6-10.9
  • Pro Maintenance Tools
  • Final Cut Pro 6.0.2 or higher, or Final Cut Express 4
  • Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5 or Compressor 4
  • Avid Media Composer 5.0 or higher for Mac
  • Adobe Premiere Pro 5.0 or higher for Mac

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Pro Admin extends Pro Maintenance Tools to allow tasks to be performed simultaneously over a network. The Pro Admin interface gives system administrators all the tools they need to manage, maintain and troubleshoot Mac-based editing systems on their network.

With just one button press, administrators can clean application caches, analyze crash logs, synchronize plugins, troubleshoot problems and much more - saving time and allowing them to get on with more important tasks.

The software consists of a client that is installed on every computer on the network and the admin tool to manage and perform tasks. Pro Admin also requires Pro Maintenance Tools to be installed on each client computer, which can be downloaded and installed remotely from within the admin tool.

For more information on the many additional features of Pro Maintenance Tools, see here.

Features

  • Perform maintenance tasks across the network simultaneously
  • Sync plugins, preferences, scratch paths and scheduled tasks between computers
  • Use the Difference Finder tool to find the differences in specification between computers on the network, allowing you to determine why a particular system isn't working correctly when others are fine
  • View aggregate crash statistics including the number of crashes across the network per day, week or month, the most common cause of crashes, and the most and least stable machines
  • Maintenance tasks can be scheduled to run automatically on every system