EdiApps and macOS Mojave

Now that Avid have released Pro Tools 2019.5 and qualified it to run with macOS Mojave (10.14.4) * we tested our applications on a system with these installed.

All functions of our applications performed as expected including how they interact with Pro Tools. There are however some minor details regarding how our applications run on macOS Mojave.


1. As our applications are currently 32-bit (see our Updating EdiApps for 64-bit architecture blog post for progress on updates for 64-bit), macOS now displays additional and duplicate security messages when our apps are used as follows:

  • EdiCue – Additional security messages shown while opening the session interface window for the first time
  • EdiCue – Additional security message shown while exporting PDFs for the first time
  • EdiPrompt - Additional security messages shown while opening the cue list window for the first time
  • EdiLoad - Additional security messages shown while performing a Pro Tools re-conform for the first time

Example Mojave security message

2. There is a minor graphics issue in EdiCue with the shooting script window where the green transfer button images aren’t displaying correctly.

3. When macOS Mojave is switched to dark mode, our apps still display their user interfaces in light mode.


The versions of our apps that were tested with macOS Mojave are as follows:

EdiCue v2.8.3 and above

EdiPrompt v2.3.0 and above

EdiLoad v3.4.5 and above

EdiChart v3.1.0 and above

EdiMarker v1.4.1 and above

Application installers can be downloaded from our download page.

* For more information on what versions of macOS are compatible with each version of Pro Tools, see the Pro Tools Operating System Compatibility Chart.




Last modified on Friday, 17 May 2019 04:44
Mark Franken

Mark Franken is an award-winning software developer and founder of Sounds In Sync, specializing in cutting edge solutions for sound post-production. His work as a sound editor on some of the top feature films and television shows has inspired him to develop these programs that are used by sound professionals word-wide. He can be contacted via the Sounds In Sync website.

Website: www.soundsinsync.com/contact

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