As you probably know, not only most of the EXIF tags written
by any camera differ from camera to camera but also camera
tags differ from DaVinci Resolve tags, making it impossible to
match them when importing meta data to DaVinci Resolve.
Exif Video Resolved for DaVinci Resolve
possible to extract metadata
, giving you a CSV
file formatted with the required tags
. Just select any
folder from your OS application (Finder or Explorer) and run
the extraction & conversion and the utility will create a
CSV file with tags that can be imported.
About evrDVR versions:
evrDr was the first version of the utility and it was
installed as a service in macOS and as an executable in
Windows. The macOS versions has been upgraded to version 2
while windows version continue to exist as it was.
The new evrDVR for macOS and the previous version for Windows
are updated with the latest developments and they have the
same functionalities. The difference between them today is
that, while the macOS version combines all the different
camera versions in one application, the windows version of
evrDVR continues to exist as separate cameras applications.
for macOS is certified and notarized
for macOS Catalina
onwards and it runs as a normal
standalone application capable of checking for new
updates, downloading and installing them automatically
Instruction Manual v.2.0
Future updates are free of charge.
To know more info on specific camera models see the compatibility
page, keeping in
mind that others models could be supported but not listed
there. Download the evrDVR Demo
and check yourself.
If you have any suggestions, please write to email@example.com
and let us know!