Compare edit lists and re-conform Pro Tools sessions when picture changes occur. EdiLoad can also conform location WAV files from EDLs using the Pro Tools Expand Tracks function and export a host of useful files.
Simplify the process of creating ADR cues by loading a PDF shooting script and storing the cues in a Pro Tools session. EdiCue then creates PDF scripts in various formats and generates files that trigger audio beeps or visual cues to assist the recording process.
Compare edit lists and re-conform Pro Tools sessions containing EdiCue cues and ADR edits when picture changes occur. EdiLoad can also create a Scene Change Track containing scene descriptions that can be imported into an EdiCue cue session.
Overlay visual cues including prompts, text, counters or streamers on top of a movie window. EdiPrompt can also automate the recording process in Pro Tools by renaming the record track(s) and locating to each cue point.
Compare edit lists and re-conform Pro Tools sessions when picture changes occur. Conform or assemble location WAV files from EDLs by exporting a Conform Reference Track that enables the Pro Tools Expand Tracks. EdiLoad can also create a Pro Tools Picture Cut Track containing clips at every picture cut point named with the clip name or slate number - a useful reference while editing production dialog.
Compare edit lists and re-conform Pro Tools sessions containing foley cues or edits when picture changes occur. EdiLoad can also create MIDI files that trigger streamers at picture cut or scene change points for your foley artist.
Overlay visual cues including prompts, text, counters or streamers on top of a movie window. EdiPrompt can also automate the recording process in Pro Tools by renaming the record track(s), locate to each cue point, or trigger cues on-the-fly with it's Auto Cue feature.
Compare edit lists and re-conform Pro Tools sessions when picture changes occur. EdiLoad can also create a Pro Tools Picture Cut Track or Scene Change Track containing clips at every picture cut or scene change point. Use these to streamline the editing of atmospheres, backgrounds or crowds.
Compare edit lists and re-conform Pro Tools sessions when picture changes occur or alternate versions of a production need to be created. EdiLoad Change EDLs can also be used to automatically re-conform Neve DFC console automation.
I have integrated EdiLoad into my workflow whether I am mixing, editing, or sound designing. I utilize the conform feature to conform ISOs when replacing the line mix used in the video edit. When sound designing and mixing, the scene and picture cut reference tracks are used on a daily basis for editing background ambience sounds, identifying where vfx and gfx are inserted in shows, and to know how far I should automate my...
Moving back to Hungary after 20 years of audio post-production work in Hollywood, the good news was that I began getting calls for ADR sessions in Budapest.
The bad news was that the "cue lists" for these sessions consisted of nothing more than the lines to be recorded highlighted on the original scripts with ballpark timecode references.
I gradually persuaded my new clients to allocate more time and money to prep the cue lists so the ADR...
EdiLoad has become an integral part of my regular workflow, it's the only re-conform software I rely on to get the job done. I've tried all the others, and EdiLoad is the one I always come back to.
I use it most regularly to speed up the delivery of natural history documentaries. We generally have to make two versions of every film, one at 52 minutes for European sales, and one at 44 minutes running...
It is safe to say EdiLoad has changed my life as an assistant. Building a project with EDL's has eliminated the need for change notes. And the changes it makes are nearly bulletproof. The ability to edit and manipulate an EDL gives you more control and less reliance on the cutting room. In conjunction with EdiCue, I am able to make scene change tracks for the editor with scene descriptions. It's like having...
EdiCue and EdiPrompt have streamlined the workflow between our studio and Hollywood studios. Importing all cues by simply dragging and dropping a file has been a HUGE time saver. Having the cues on the screen with the visual wipe allows the actors to solely focus on their performance. We couldn't imagine doing ADR without it!
Matt Smith, Adrenaline Studios - Las Vegas
From the first time I used EdiPrompt, its wide array of functions and possibilities blew me away. Everything is connected and very easy to handle – no additional hardware, no complicated routing. I love the flexibility and the fact that it lets me actually focus on my work. Furthermore, EdiPrompt is a great timesaver. It enables more room for creativity for both the actor and engineer.
While working on the animation movie Mullewapp...
EdiPrompt is a real time saver. No more hassle with renaming cues and other related household tasks during the ADR sessions. I have been using EdiPrompt in numerous local and ISDN-based ADR sessions like The Hangover Part II, The Impossible and The Grandmaster.
With its support of different fonts, EdiPrompt has no problem to stream a line in non-Roman alphabet. I would say it is a must-have item in the ADR...
We are pleased to announce that Sounds In Sync will be exhibiting at the AES show in New York, Oct 17-19. Meet founder and developer Mark Franken for a demo of any of our products and see how they integrate with Pro Tools to perform a variety of tasks including cueing and recording ADR, conforming location WAV files and re-conforming Pro Tools sessions.
We have completed testing our applications with Apple’s latest operating system macOS Mojave (10.14). All our apps are compatible with macOS Mojave and performing as expected. However, macOS now displays additional and duplicate security messages when our apps are used as follows: