Generate a clean music cue sheet with timecodes, durations, and track metadata out of your editing sequence. Upload an XML or EDL file and generate a CSV, XLSX, PDF, TXT, or other formats to use in Google Sheets, Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers, and similar programs.
The cue sheet generator will quickly generate a simple list of all music tracks used in your project. The tool can read sequences from Media Composer, Premiere Pro, Resolve, and Final Cut Pro. It merges multiple tracks and removes invisible cuts to have a clean list. Based on file names, metadata for the music tracks can also be automatically added to the cue sheet if they come from one of our partner libraries. The export can be customized using presets and exported to many different formats including CSV, XLSX, and PDF.
Before uploading your sequence, it's recommended to do a quick preparation of it. The best way to do that is by duplicating your sequence and removing all unnecessary audio and video tracks you don’t want to have in your cue sheet. Is also important to flatten all tracks in case you are using wrapped/nested audio clips. Also, remove "Audio Transitions Effects" in case the tool fails.
Try the cue sheet with our demo files:
Use tracks from our represented partner libraries to add track metadata to your cue sheets automatically. Use the function "Include metadata from music libraries" to add metadata including composers, artists, labelcode, ISRC, GEMA Code and many more.
Metadata will be added using the filenames. To make sure that all songs are recognized, you should not rename the files after downloading. We assume no legal liability for the accuracy of the data. You are obliged to check the correctness of your cue sheet yourself.
Clips that are cut to multiple pieces in the sequence will automatically be merged to one entry, as long there is no break longer as 100 frames in between. If the tool finds the same clip on multiple tracks, they will be also merged and shown as one entry.
You can customize the columns in the export files. Choose from several public templates or press the "+" sign to create your own preset. There are countless possibilities for displaying timecodes, lengths and individual metadata. To save presets you have to be logged in.
Open Google Sheets and go to "File -> Import". Upload the generated CSV file and press "Import Data" to generate a Sheet with all markers.
Open Numbers and go to "File -> Open". Simply open the CSV file.
No. Files are processed directly and not saved on the server.
Generated files remain available for a maximum of one hour.
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