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MovieLogger 1.5, Final Print, BigTime 1.5

updated 05:00 pm EST, Thu January 18, 2007

MovieLogger 1.5 released

Digital Heaven today released MovieLogger 1.5 and Final Print, updating its QuickTime logging software and Final Cut Pro companion applications. MovieLogger runs natively on Intel-based Macs as a Universal Binary, and includes support for HDV as well as DVCPROHD movies. Final Print is designed to provide a useful workflow enhancement when handing off a project to other members of a post production team, and notes of shots that still need to be worked on are made directly in Final Cut Pro as markers and are exported to an XML file. MovieLogger 1.5 is available for $300, while Final Print is priced at $100. Both applications require Final Cut Pro 4.1 or later. Digital Heaven today also released BigTime 1.5 as a Universal Binary, bringing the resizable floating timecode display for Final Cut Pro 5 to Intel-based Macs. BigTime 1.5 ships for $50.




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