The suite processes the Final Cut Pro X XML files to create modifiable Edit Decision Lists. Digital structures conform to the CMX 3600 standard. It manages data and automatically organizes it for exporting to production systems such as Smoke, DaVinci Resolve, and others.
Our website provides a free download of EDL-X 2.7 for Mac. The application lies within Audio & Video Tools, more precisely General. This software for Mac OS X is a product of Rainer Standke. Our built-in antivirus checked this Mac download and rated it as 100% safe.
From the developer:
EDL-X creates Edit Decision Lists - EDLs - from Final Cut Pro X XML files. The EDLs conform to the CMX 3600 standard and can be used to bring your cut into post production systems like DaVinci, Smoke, etc. It features flexible source reel-name handling: Source names can be read directly from the QuickTime files used in the project. Alternatively, media file names, or full file paths can be used. Source names can be made to conform to strict CMX standards (three numbers), or 8, 16, 32, or unlimited alpha-numerical characters. Each EDL includes a source table, allowing for easy tracking of any name conversions. All source names are user-editable, on a per-source basis.
EDL-X groups all video and audio clips into as few tracks as possible.
You may want to check out more Mac applications, such as Wave Control Mapper, MediaBlender Player or New York Cam, which might be related to EDL-X.