Media Encoding made Easy
PrimeTranscoder™ can be fully automated using watch folders, or you can manually add clips to process. It can simultaneously output edit quality ProRes files while making web shareable, compressed, watermarked clips with burned in timecode saving you time.
Automatic GPU Acceleration and CPU core distribution takes advantage of all of your computer’s processing power to make transcoding as fast as possible. Works with virtually all camera formats including ARRI, BlackMagic, Canon, GoPro, Panasonic, RED, Sony NXCam & XDCam & XAVC (MOV, DPX, MXF, R3D, RAW, MPEG, HD, 4K, 8K).
Use any of the supplied Standard Presets or create your own customized User presets. All processing options are on the Preset level allowing maximum flexibility. For example, you can have separate Watch folders and output locations for each preset and video type, etc.
PrimeTranscoder automatically merges camera-spanned clips to create a single output video. Or you can manually choose clips to merge (stitch) together as needed. Easily apply color correction to the output as well as burning in a watermark (such as your company’s logo or the file name) and frame accurate time code.
You can also manually drag & drop just desired files or folders of clips into the configuration queue. Begin processing and the files are analyzed according to your active Preset instructions, a list of the movies and the status of their processing is displayed.
Another way to add files is to use the automated watch folder option—it constantly checks designated folder(s) for video files. Watch Folders are specifically designed for use with folders where new files are being dynamically added (such as offloading using ShotPut Pro™).
We think you’ll agree, PrimeTranscoder is a powerful yet easy to use transcode application.
OSX 10.12, 10.11
4 GB of RAM
16 GB of free hard-disk space
Internet access required for automated product activation
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