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Automatic Duck ships ProDate DV, updates Pro Import/Export

updated 04:15 pm EST, Wed November 4, 2009

Software supports Final Cut

Automatic Duck has published a trio of new software releases supporting Apple's Final Cut editing tool. The first is ProDate DV, a plug-in supporting both Final Cut Pro and Express. The software scans DV media for timestamps, allowing date and time information to be imposed on-screen. It costs $39.

The company has meanwhile updated its Pro Import and Pro Export Final Cut plug-ins to v2.07 and v4.03, respectively. The apps support Avid, Quantel and Pro Tools formats. Each has been improved with various bugfixes, as well as compatibility with Avid's Interplay cross-platform technology. The plug-ins are typically $495 apiece, or $195 as upgrades.

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