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Old 03-01-2017, 02:17 AM   #21
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I hadn't use Browse reither until recently. All my projects are simple 4 camera theatre productions so only 8 clips max, all same time and date !!! However I make a family video every year of my grand kids etc and get video files from my daughters from cameras and cell phones as well as all my video. Being able to tag these files in Browser was very helpful in putting the final video together . I can see how this would be very handy for someone doing a documentary etc. Only issue I had was that Browser didn't seem to read all the cell phones files correctly for date and time this is where the tagging helped. Maybe Mync will improve on this.
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Old 03-01-2017, 10:18 AM   #22
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I recently had a conversation with a Premiere user who wants a program that just lets him view his XDCAM files and catalogue them. Although Adobe has a browsing program when you get Premiere to look at a folder of clips the display keeps jumping up and down the list when you are trying to see the clips (it does finally settle down).

So he was very interested in the Mync as an add-on for Premiere.

I made a quick playlist of the bits I have made about the GV Browser which you can see here: https://youtu.be/km75Mudwp7A?list=PL-sXlPDO1HA6KOOU9X4rDt9uN8huo7AFl

These come from various videos I have made about new features in EDIUS 8, 8.1 and 8.2, which were originally not made to be seen together. I have made a more comprehensive set of tutorials about the GV Browser which is part of my EDIUS 8 tutorials although those are not free.
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Old 03-04-2017, 07:27 PM   #23
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A simple question though likely not a simple answer. I shot some video last summer with my new AX53 camera that unfortunately had run down the battery since I did not check the time ( !!! ) it was reporting January rather than July. It appears that I can go in and change clip by clip the recording date ( ? ) but can I do this for the whole day ? I can do similar with PlayMemories but also have not found a way of changing all clips other than one at a time.
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