New Neyrinck Plug-Ins for ProTools
Neyrinck announced that the SoundCode Exchange MXF and SoundCode Exchange MXF Import plug-ins for Pro Tools are now shipping for Mac and Windows.
SoundCode Exchange MXF and SoundCode Exchange MXF Import provide MXF file import and export workflows for Pro Tools, allowing MXF video and audio to be imported directly into Pro Tools.
SoundCode Exchange MXF leverages the Quicktime features of Pro Tools, according to Neyrinck. It provides a Quicktime component and a drag-and-drop utility that allows Pro Tools to see MXF files as Quicktime movies. This means the Pro Tools Quicktime Import feature can be used to create a video track within seconds to play back high-definition or standard definition MXF files. The video can be viewed as a window in Pro Tools or output to an external monitor using a Blackmagic video card on Mac OS X. MXF audio tracks can optionally be imported at the same time and are copied to the Pro Tools session as WAV files for editing and mixing.
SoundCode Exchange MXF also provides audio layback to an existing MXF OP1a file. Highlight the finished audio in the Pro Tools timeline, open the SoundCode Exchange MXF Export plug-in from the Audiosuite menu, select the existing OP1a file, and click Export. The plug-in will duplicate the OP1a file and replace the audio from the Pro Tools timeline. Because the OP1a file is duplicated and not authored from scratch, its structure is duplicated for confidence that it will be compatible with the client's MXF playback system.
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