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Version: 1.3.1 (changelog)
Size: 20.5 MB

"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

  • Intel processor
  • Mac OS X 10.6-10.9
  • Final Cut Pro 6.0.2 or higher
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • Avid Media Composer 5.0 for Mac or higher
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 for Mac or higher

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"I used Auto Transfer extensively on the last Feature Film I worked on - it took the pain out of manually comparing copied files as Auto Transfer does a Checksum and warns you if there are any differences from the original in the copied files. This enabled my DIT team to manage full transfers, backups, archive copy and get on with Proxy generation without working late into the night. Highly recommended for self-shooters and camera department alike.

If you use a tapeless work-flow this App is an absolute must and is well worth the full suite price just to have this. It will save you time and stress."

-- Ben King,
Loud and Fast.
LAFCPUG review

"Post Haste has been my go to application for project organization since its inception. This application allows you to use and create project folder templates, which you can use to organize footage, project files, mograph assets and more. You can also import previously used project folders to create a brand new template if you want. I firmly believe that every editor should have Post Haste in their arsenal."

Kes Akalaonu,
AudioMicro
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Testimonials

"I've been lucky enough to beta Pro Media Tools for about 6 months up until its recent release. In that time, I've called upon them to fix gamma issues, edit QuickTime metadata, and generate an EDL from a video master; Digital Rebellion has created the most comprehensive digital video tools I could dream of for my real world post-production problems."

-- Shawn Larkin,
Head of Production, WatchMojo.com

"Digital Rebellion has a history of making tools that greatly enhance the Final Cut Pro user experience. They continue to impress me with Pro Media Tools. With apps such as Quick Bins, Batch Renamer & Project Overview, among others, I feel like I have an assistant editor living in my dock. I'm starting to forget how I worked without them."

-- Craig Bergonzoni.

"Timeline Tricks is no trick, it's more like magic. Saved me loads of time eliminating filters and unused tracks, filling gaps in rough cuts - and everything stayed in place perfectly. On complex projects Video Check found flash frames in dramatically less time than I could have done on my own. And Auto Transfer is fast and secure. For what an editor truly treasures, Pro Media Tools is one of the most efficient and best priced values available."

-- Doug Gilmore.

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