Rewrite ALE files with fixed columns, convert them to other formats or combine multiple ALE files into one file.
Create editorial notes for live events or studio recordings with your team in real time, download the notes as CSV, PDF, or Excel files, or import them directly into an editing sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, DaVinci Resolve, and/or other NLEs as markers.
Simplify the exchange of markers between different programs. Convert timeline markers to various formats for Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Media Composer, Pro Tools, Frame.io, Pix, CSV, Google Sheets, PDF and more. The tool also lets you filter markers by color, swap colors, or move and correct timecodes.
Translate subtitle files using the best neural network for translation. Supports subtitle formats such as SRT, VTT, SBV, CSV and many more. You can also bulk process and automate the translation of hundreds of subtitle files into multiple languages at once.
Automatically detect scene changes in videos and generate a EDL, XML or CSV file for further non-linear film editing in Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve or Final Cut Pro X.
Compare an editing sequence with original camera file QC notes from all shooting days and transfer all relevant QC notes as markers to a master timeline for Resolve, Premiere Pro or other formats.
Convert and merge EDL files to CSV lists (for Excel or Google Sheets) or convert CSV lists back into an EDL file for Media Composer, Premiere Pro, Resolve, Final Cut and others.
Create editorial notes for recordings, review sessions, feedback meetings, events, broadcasts, video streams, or any event where you need custom timecode. All comments can be exported as markers to any NLE (for further editing) or to CSV, PDF, Excel, and more. You can also collaborate with your team in real time in a shared Team Event session.
Convert subtitles to other file formats like SRT, VTT, SBV or use the tool to check subtitles for guidelines, repair, correct or move them. You can also convert subtitles to markers and use them in an editing program.
Turn a Timeline into a simple Shot List or Table with Clip-Timecodes and additonal Meta-Data.
Generate an Editors' Codebook from one or more ALE files. Export it as CSV or formatted HTML file.
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.