ClipExporter for Final Cut Pro X - an export and post-production workflow tool –
March 14th, 2012,08:46 PM
ClipExporter for Final Cut Pro X - an export and post-production workflow tool
Mindtransplant released an application called ClipExporter which is a simple workflow and export tool for Final Cut Pro X. It opens exported Final Cut Pro X projects (fcpxml) and exports each clip as a Quicktime reference movie, Nuke file or Syntheyes importable file. It creates shot based folders with custom subfolders and extends each clip with handle frames. ClipExporter for Final Cut Pro X is available on the Mac App Store for $15.99.
ClipExporter v1.1 is available now.
New Features are:
After Effects export
Import your Final Cut Pro X project in After Effects. All edits, parameters and compound clips are translated while both applications share the same media. See a more detailed features list here: http://clipexporter.mindtransplant.com/ae-features.php
Selective export with roles
You can manage the export of your video-clips by assigning roles to the chosen clips in Final Cut Pro X. Simply turn on the Roles feature, choose the role(s) and export only the clips you desire.
The new Preferences Panel offers options to shorten your output file- and folder-names, to lock your source media (AE only) and to predefine a default set of subfolders.
Compound clip, Audition clip and Lane support
It is not necessary anymore to break apart compound clips,to flatten audition clips or to reduce the clips to the primary storyline before export. Simply export the project as XML without any preparations.