Version: 1.3.8 (changelog)
Size: 20.6 MB
Updated July 2015

"With apps such as Quick Bins, Batch Renamer & Project Overview, I feel like I have an assistant editor living in my dock. I'm starting to forget how I worked without them."
-- Craig Bergonzoni.

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.6-10.10
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS5-CC 2015
  • or Avid Media Composer 5.0-8.x
  • or Final Cut Pro X
  • or Final Cut Pro 6.0.2-7.x

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Pro Media Tools is a suite of workflow tools designed to simplify media management and streamline workflows in Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere for Mac.

The suite contains tools for detecting gamma shifts, editing QuickTime movie metadata, watching render files, editing markers, and much more. The applications are capable of outputting a variety of file formats to suit different editing systems and workflows.


Automatically sort clips into bins, collapse tracks and create project templates to ensure consistent project organization.


Offload and verify your media, tag it with timecode and metadata, and conform slow-motion footage.


Mass-modify markers and convert marker lists to QuickTime chapters.


Get alerted when a render or export finishes. You can even send alerts to a mobile device.


Modify timecode, reel, scene and other QuickTime movie metadata. You can even add your own custom metadata fields.


Collapse tracks, remove disabled clips, strip filters and markers.


Batch rename large quantities of files at once, renumber frames and close gaps. Great for DI workflows with large numbers of frame images.


Repair gamma shifts arising from mismatched metadata.


Scan and detect non-broadcast safe video files. Ensure exported files meet the specs of the network.

Pro Media Tools Contents

Auto Transfer

Automatically offloads from camera memory cards to your computer. It can copy to multiple destinations at once, verify the copied files to ensure integrity and even embed relevant metadata in a spreadsheet.

Batch Renamer

Renames multiple files at once with options including find and replace, frame renumbering, frame padding and more.

Edit Detector

Scans video files to locate where edits and scene changes occur. Can output QuickTime movies, marker lists, Final Cut Pro XML files and EDLs.

Gamma Shift Detector

Detects gamma shifts between source and destination media. It will tell you if the shift directly affects the pixels in the image or if it is just a mismatch in metadata.

Post Haste

Create folder structures for each project from customizable templates.

Project Overview

Provides a complete overview of your Final Cut Pro project, showing you all media, effects and markers. Data can be printed and modified en-masse. Can be used for mass-editing markers with offsetting, custom fields, label presets and the ability to import Avid locators into an FCP project.
Not supported by Avid Media Composer or Final Cut Pro X

QT Edit

Edits QuickTime movies. You can add and remove media, edit timecode information, modify chapters, change metadata and more. All changes are displayed in a real-time preview window. Media files can also be batch edited.

Quick Bins

Automatically sorts media into bins according to various criteria. Very useful for quickly sorting an untidy mass of dailies.
Not supported by Avid Media Composer or Final Cut Pro X

Render Watcher

Watches a set of directories, render files or Compressor batches and notifies you via a sound and Growl notification when renders are complete. Can be set to sleep, log out or shut down the computer when all renders are finished.

Timeline Tricks

Performs common cleanup tasks on sequences including replacing gaps with slugs, collapsing tracks, removing unused tracks and stripping filters.
Not supported by Avid Media Composer. Limited functionality on Final Cut Pro X

Video Check

Scans a video file for illegal luminance values, flash frames and audio peaks and shows the exact frame where errors are occurring. Can output results to FCP marker lists, Avid locators, CSV and text.
Supports OS X 10.6-10.7 but 10.7 is recommended