to see an enlargement of Cleaner 5's Encode panel.
to see an enlargement of Cleaner 5's Audio panel.
Terran Interactive's Cleaner 5
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two limitations to this. First, actions in Cleaner 5 are not recordable, so all
of your scripting will need to be manual. And, second, there are very few prefabricated
scripts currently available. As Cleaner 5 proliferates, however, you can expect
users to start sharing their scripts on the Web. And Terran provides a few on
their Web site right now.
It can also batch process filesup to 2,000 in a single batch. Version 5
adds a Batch menu, which lets you handle a number of batch functions (a lot like
the Process menu in Media Cleaner Pro 4), from specifying batch settings to setting
the default destination.
by the way, can include FTP servers. Cleaner 5 includes a window for entering
your login information, which can be saved and labeled. You can also specify multiple
remote destinations. And each item in a batch can have a unique destination, remote
ins and outs
Also unlike Media Cleaner Pro 4, Cleaner 5 ships with MotoDV for capturing video
through the FireWire port and bringing it straight into Cleaner 5 without further
processing. It's a nice touch, but not particularly critical. What I think is
even more important is Cleaner 5's integration with other video editing applications.
Adobe Premiere, for example, can export directly to Cleaner 5 with the click of
a few buttons, opening up the application automatically. So can a number of Avid
systems, including Symphony 3, Media Composer 10, Film Composer 10, XPress 4 and
XPress DV 1.5. And, of course, you get direct integration with Media 100i.
Premiere 5.1's Export Movie Settings dialog allows for direct export to Cleaner
5. A number of other editing systems do as well, including Media 100i and several
is not supported in Final Cut Pro or Adobe After Effects. But documentation is
available on Terran's Web site for optimizing output from these applications (and
others) for working in Cleaner 5.
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