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TCPlanner for Mac

Rundown sheet for television or movie planning.

$11.99
In English
Version 2.0
4.0
Based on 2 user rates

TCPlanner overview

TCPlanner is a tool for film and television professionals: directors, editors, producers or post-producers. It is designed as a rundown sheet that allows to plan the timing of the show or movie.

Individual parts of the show can be organized in sections and events and their total timing is summed up and compared with the target run time.

What’s new in version 2.0

Version 2.0:
  • Brand new, overhauled User Interface of the application.
  • Dark Mode theme.
  • New layout of the report.

TCPlanner for Mac

$11.99
In English
Version 2.0
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4.0

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netmedia-1
netmedia-1
Jan 28 2011
1.3
5.0
Jan 28 2011
5.0
Version: 1.3
Simple to use, does what is necessary
Reel-mac
Reel-mac
Nov 5 2010
1.2
3.0
Nov 5 2010
3.0
Version: 1.2
This is a nice little app, but very limited. There isn't anything I can do in here that I can't do in my NLE timeline using slugs. What would be very useful is if the TC Calc functionality was combined into this app so that I can place actual in/out points from my show and get a total runtime with segment lengths. For example, if I could tell enter the in/out for an Act (starts at xx.xx.xx.xx and ends at xx.xx.xx.xx) then have the app tell me it's duration and the total runtime with all the Acts + Commercial breaks. I love the idea that I can type out a report, though. But even this would be much more useful if I had segment in/out times so I can generate a final cue sheet. One last thing, I wish there was a preference option for default time base. It defaults to 29.97 NDF, but I work in DF, so it needs to be changed every time I start a new sheet.
netmedia-1
netmedia-1
Jan 28 2011
5.0
Jan 28 2011
5.0
Version: null
Reel-mac
Reel-mac
Nov 5 2010
3.0
Nov 5 2010
3.0
Version: null