October 29, 2010, 10:29 AM
Here’s a simple little tool for Final Cut Pro from the folks over at Assisted Editing. Like many of their tools, Clip Info Titler is based on FCP’s ability to export and import XML files. It takes an XML of a bin full of clips and creates a sequence that includes a text overlay, reflecting data about those sequences, applied above each clip. At $99 it might sound expensive, since you could enter the data manually and create your own text overlay by hand.
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