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Framline 47 update adds specific location scans, drag-drop

updated 08:25 pm EST, Wed January 13, 2010

Batch file management, file-splitting tool added

Frameline has launched a major update to its MPEG7 video logging and media management software for Mac, Frameline 47 v3.2. It is designed to manage video files, scan drives for videos, extract metadata, and build an SQL database. Frameline 47 also edits and annotates files, while providing a capture interface and allowing users to work within a network-based system for editing and cataloging.

Version 3.2 has a rewritten file scanning tool, allowing for specific-location scans and exclusions. There is now full Finder support, allowing drag-and-drop of files, while the company has also added batch file management and a 'move' tagging tool.

The capture tool has been updated, with new options for tagging and editing during capture. Other new features include a lossless file splitting tool, a shared annotation library and new options for exports and imports. Support for Snow Leopard also appears in v3.2.

Frameline 47 v3.2 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher and 1GB of RAM. It costs 90 (~$140 USD), with a network edition available at 900 or $1100 USD.










by MacNN Staff

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  1. Feathers

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    No Brainer!

    For $140, this is a no brainer if you're in the media management, manipulation or repurposing game. I've been using this since version one. There is also a fully functional 30 day trial! I can't understand why more people haven't heard of it.

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