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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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many licenses do I need?

A: You need one license per computer. If you have licensed the software on a desktop computer, you are allowed to additionally install and run the software on a laptop providing the laptop is owned and operated by you and both machines are not used at the same time.

Q: How do I import my Adobe Premiere projects into Project Overview, Quick Bins and Timeline Tricks?

A: In Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, go to File > Export > Final Cut Pro XML. Bring the exported file into Project Overview, Quick Bins or Timeline Tricks, process it and then save it. Go back to Premiere, go to File > Import and navigate to the XML file.

Q: Which features are not supported by Avid Media Composer or Final Cut Pro X?

A: Due to technical limitations, Project Overview and Quick Bins are not supported by Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro X. Timeline Tricks has reduced functionality under Final Cut Pro X.

Q: How do I get Render Watcher notifications on my iPhone / iPad?

A: Download and install Growl onto your computer and make sure the checkbox for Growl notifications in the Actions pane of Render Watcher is switched on. Then install a notification app such as Boxcar or Prowl onto your iOS device. Alternatively, notifications can be sent by email or text message.

Q: Does sending text messages from Render Watcher cost money?

A: There is no charge for sending text messages but the recipient may be charged for receiving them. Please check with the recipient's network provider for further details.

Q: Why is Auto Transfer using so much memory?

A: This is a bug in OS X 10.6.0-10.6.6. To fix this, please update to OS X 10.6.7 or higher. Note: this does not affect OS X 10.5 Leopard.