Since launching EditReady, we’ve heard from a number of users who can’t believe just how fast it is. How can it be that one application is so much faster than other applications, when they’re all doing “the same thing”? We’re going to use this post to talk about how EditReady manages to do what it does.
Thanks so much for helping to make EditReady a success. We’ve had some great feedback from our users already, and are excited for where the application will go in the future.
Today we’re announcing EditReady 1.0.2, which addresses a few issues we’ve noticed since launch. The full change log is below. This update is recommended for all users.
If you haven’t had a chance to try EditReady yet, go ahead and download our free trial. EditReady is the fastest and easiest professional transcoding tool on the Mac.
- Cleaner metadata key list
- Better support for audio from Panasonic GH4
- Support for long (>2Gb) GoPro movies
- Better support for files created by Apple Compressor
- Allows saving of built-in presets
- Fixes audio sync drift effecting some movies downloaded from YouTube
- Adds ‘help’ display to command line interface
- Displays more helpful error when converting files unsupported by DNxHD
- Fixes audio glitch at the end of some Arri Alexa files
- Misc bug fixes / UI improvements
Since we introduced ScopeLink in 2013, our users have come to love the simple integration with ScopeBox it provides for apps from Adobe, Apple and others. Adobe CC 2014 is a big update to the Creative Cloud suite, so we wanted to let our ScopeLink users know what to expect.
It’s finally here! After lots of work, we’re incredibly excited to announce the availability of EditReady, the first video transcoding app designed from the ground up for 21st century post production workflows.