MovieLogger
MovieLogger
1.7.9

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MovieLogger free download for Mac

MovieLogger

1.7.9
13 November 2013

Text-based logging tool for QuickTime.

Overview

MovieLogger is designed to improve the efficiency of the post production workflow.

MovieLogger is a text-based logging tool for QuickTime movies and our goal has been to make it as simple to use as possible. Up to 16 movies can be imported into a MovieLogger project and instantly selected from the movie library. The current movie can be viewed using the on-screen or keyboard transport controls (including JKL). To create a log, you simply mark in and out timecodes with a single click or keypress and type in a text description.

Logs can be exported to Final Cut Pro's XML file format (clip markers are automatically created from logs) or to Rich Text Format (RTF) for further text editing or printing.

What's new in MovieLogger

Version 1.7.9:
  • [FIX] Improved file open dialog with file type filter to improve performance on folders and drives containing large number of files.
  • [FIX] QuickTime Movies containing undefined audio sample depth now use default value of 16, to stop Final Cut Pro crashing on XML import.

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1 MovieLogger Reviews

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Vernonr
12 October 2010

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How many options do you need to delete your transcriptions? I am assuming that I am not the only one who has experienced the grueling process of transcribing only to finish up by inadvertently deleting what I had previously written. Thank you for assigning the Control-H key as a delete function. It is so carefully placed that I probably accidentally delete every other transcription I type. For those of you who find this post confusing. Buy MovieLogger and you will understand perfectly. -Vernon
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Version 1.7.4
Vernonr
12 October 2010
How many options do you need to delete your transcriptions? I am assuming that I am not the only one who has experienced the grueling process of transcribing only to finish up by inadvertently deleting what I had previously written. Thank you for assigning the Control-H key as a delete function. It is so carefully placed that I probably accidentally delete every other transcription I type. For those of you who find this post confusing. Buy MovieLogger and you will understand perfectly. -Vernon
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Version 1.7.4
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Digital Heaven Ltd
Digital Heaven Ltd
18 April 2011
Hi Vernon I'm sorry we weren't notified of this comment, so have only just discovered it by chance. The official keyboard shortcut is Control-Backspace but after seeing your comment we have discovered that Control-H produces the same result. This is not intentional and we will be changing the shortcut to Command-Backspace in the next 1.7.6 release. We encourage users to report issues through our website so they can be dealt with in the most efficient way.
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Digital Heaven Ltd
Digital Heaven Ltd
20 April 2011
This has now been addressed in the 1.7.6 version, as released today.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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