TOKI Shot 1.2.2 reviewDownload
TOKI Shot is a tool for creating shot lists, it can be used for breaking down movies, TV films, documentaries, TV series.
TOKI Shot is a tool for creating shot lists, it can be used for breaking down movies, TV films, documentaries, TV series...
It is a tool for picture and sound editors, music editors, musicians and archivists.
Here are some key features of "TOKI Shot":
create an automatic shot list starting from a cut film, each shot will have a start and end time code and a shot length
modify the shot list to add scene names and shot descriptions
synchronize the movie with the sound track played in a music software, using ReWire or Midi MTC/MMC
export the shot list to music software (E.g. Protools, Cubase, Logic Pro...) using MIDI or sampled sound files
export the shot list to picture editing software (E.g. Final Cut Pro, Avid...) using EDL files
export the shot list to databases or word processors using formatted text files.
Making a shot list is usually a long and tedious process, but it is an essential prerequisite for cutting sound tracks of movies.
By creating a shot list automatically, this long and tedious process becomes a quick and easy task. TOKI Shot allows sound editors and musicians to save hours of tedious work, which can then be spent on creative work.
The unregistered version works with some limitations: you can't export or print more than 3 scenes and/or 10 shots and the synchronization is limited to 10 shots.
added a menu for selecting the time code rate
the Rewire device is now compatible with Steinberg's Cubase and Nuendo
fixed a bug in the detection tool that could cause a crash.
Mac OS X 10.2 or higher
QuickTime 6 or higher
256 MB RAM
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