evrExpanse is a smart, metadata-focused batch file processing tool that allows you to extract metadata from different types of cameras and then import it into major NLEs.
The new Master Files Transcoding allows you to transcode any multimedia file (MOV, MP4, MXF) into intermediate codecs such as ProRes, DNxHR and CineForm codecs with embedded Master file metadata and Finder Tag so that they can be imported into NLE in one step later with evrApp applications such as evrExpanse itself, evrDVR (DaVinci Resolve) and evrX (Final Cut Pro).
Release notes for the latest version
Since each camera records the same information in different metadata tag, when extracting the same tag for different cameras it is necessary to do it smartly. evrExpanse is among the few, if not the only one, that is able to do this.
By analyzing the metadata of each camera file, evrExpanse is able to recognize the type of camera and correctly map the metadata tags.
Exported metadata files can be imported into NLE and viewd from there.
Master Files Transcoding any MOV / MP4 / MXF source media to Apple ProRes, Avid DNxHR or GoPro CineForm and copy the source metadata including any Finder tags (keyword and / or colors) into the transcoded file. The transcoding functionality is based on FFmpeg and has been designed with ease of use and efficiency in mind, giving the user only a few options to select from for a smart, smooth and fast experience. The default audio and video transcoding settings have been set with industry standard compression ratio and bit depth.
Supported input video codec: almost any
Supported output video codec:
Supported input file type: MOV, MP4 and MXF
Supported output file type: MOV
Supported camera metadata: Panasonic, Nikon, Sony Alpha, Fujifilm, Canon, Sony XDCAM, Z Cam, Kinefinity, Atomos (Ninja & Inferno), McPRO24fps, GoPro, FiLMIC PRO, Apple iPhone.
The ProRes, DNxHR and CineForm codecs are designed to create working copies (Direct Intermediate workflow), which are optimised for editing and have a high quality. In addition, evrExpanse ensures that the Master metadata is preserved in the transcoded file.
Master files Transcoding has three different modes: Smart, Standard and Passthrough.
The key idea of evrExpanse's transcoding function consists of two concepts: transcoding to a good intermediate codec and doing it smart.
evrExpanse's Smart Transcoding can do it avoiding the computation of parameters already available. An intelligent mapping of the parameters available in Master media into destination media parameters allow skipping many functions and hence reduce the computation load of the transcoding. Audio and video streams are treated independently and they can be transcoded to the desired format or passthrough.
In all these three modes, the Master file metadata is embedded on the transcoded files and can be extracted with the Export Metadata functionality described above. This feature is very important if the capture codec will not be optimised for editing, because in that case it is possible to transcode to a more intuitive editing codec such as ProRes or DNxHR or CineForm and use them throughout the editing workflow (edit , color correction and gradation) without sacrificing the quality and metadata of the Master files. This capability can be offer by very few, if any, other applications on the market. Additionally, when the metadata is copied into the transcoded file, it is also embedded in XMP format, and many metadata can be viewed directly in Adobe Premiere Pro without any additional steps.
Video stream levels of the Master files are interpreted and converted if necessary. No more levels issue in the transcoded file!
Audio streams are mapped 1:1, meaning that the transcoded files will have the same number of audio channels as the master ones.
Try the demo version before buying it!
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In try-out mode it will run with the Professional license and processes only one file.
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