(LONDON, UK - 8 November 2005) Digital Heaven (www.digital-heaven.co.uk) today announced the release of MovieLogger v1.0, an easy-to-use streamlined application for text-based logging of QuickTime movies.
MovieLogger integrates seamlessly into a Final Cut Pro workflow with direct import of up to 16 QuickTime movies and the ability to export logs as a Final Cut Pro XML file (logs are converted to clip markers) or as Rich Text Format (for further editing or printing of logs).
"There are many logging applications on the market but they tend to be complicated and offer too many options. We took the simple approach - MovieLogger is designed to be so easy to use that anyone can start logging within five minutes." - Martin Baker, Managing Director
MovieLogger for Mac OS X is available immediately for download purchase only from the Digital Heaven online store for US$99. A demo version is also available which allows import of up to 3 movies and creation of up to 5 logs per movie.
MovieLogger for Windows is currently in development and will feature full project compatability with the Mac OS X version. Shipping date will be announced at a later time.
ABOUT DIGITAL HEAVEN
Digital Heaven was founded in 2000 by ex-BBC Resources editor Martin Baker. For almost six years we provided broadcast post production facilities for clients such as the BBC, Channel Four and many independent production companies. In Summer 2003 we became the first London facility to make the switch from Avid editing systems to Apple’s Final Cut Pro. At the same time we started software development, releasing our first product, EDL Mirror in September 2003. Since then we have added 10 Final Cut Plug-ins and Multicam Lite, the first multicamera editing solution for Final Cut Pro.
In October 2005 we released VideoSpace - a free widget for Mac OS X Tiger which calculates the disk space required for a given duration and codec setting. VideoSpace clocked up over 10,000 downloads in the first month of release and was featured as a macworld.com ‘Widget of the Week’ and as a staff favourite on Apple’s widget download page.