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Mfr PN: 3IB54
Our PN: TRNN0330033
Manufacturer: Softron Media Services
Platform(s): Mac

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Quick Overview

Log angles changes during your Live production for easier post-production



Manufacturer Part Number: 3IB54

Main features

  • Log the angle changes from your production switcher during your Live production
  • Add markers to indicate which parts need to be corrected or add indications
  • Create Final Cut Pro X multicam clips with the angle changes to allow for a quick and easy correction before rebroadcast

Production Switchers

  • ATEM Production Switcher line connected through ethernet
  • Any other Production Switcher with GPICommander


  • Use any type of video recording device
  • Support for multiple codecs formats and resolutions in one multi cam session

Multicam Logger is a new application from Softron Media Services that allows a user to log all of the different angles (or inputs) used in a live multi-camera production. It records which input the producer has selected on his vision mixer and when. Multicam Logger thus creates a multicam clip for Final Cut Pro X using the logs and the files recorded by any type of video recorder. The purpose is to use the resulting media to edit a final version of the production which could include necessary corrections.

Seamless integration with ATEM Production Switchers
Multicam Logger has been designed to interface directly to the Blackmagic Design ATEM Production Switcher Line. The inputs on the ATEM Production Switcher appear immediately on the Multicam Logger screen and connect through a simple Network Connection, no need for complicated cabling and you can use any of the ATEM Production Switcher line.

Selecting a device on the ATEM automatically selects it on Multicam Logger and vice versa, selecting it in the Multicam Logger application immediately selects the appropriate ATEM input on the switcher and retrieves the name of the different inputs from the ATEM.

The clean and easy to use interface indicates which item is currently selected as Program and which is selected as Preview.

Support for any Production Switcher with GPI
To connect to a Production Switcher using GPI, all the user needs to do is connect the device to Softron's GPICommander2 (sold separately.) Logged information includes the Start, End, Duration and Input for each input into the ATEM Production Switcher.

By moving from camera to camera or from one device to another device, Multicam Logger notes the timecode for the start and the end of the selection. It also displays the duration and which input has been used.

Automatically create Final Cut Pro X multicam file
Once the live session has ended, the user selects the file in the Finder that he wants to associate with the input and drops it onto the named input. He can then create a Final Cut Pro X multicam clip which combines all of the camera angles from the live session into a single file that is imported into Final Cut Pro X. All of the changes will then appear in FCP X and are ready to be modified. The user can then work as he would with any standard multicam clip to change which angle is chosen and when, as well as to modify the edit points, add effects, etc..

Record your camera streams with any type of recorder
Multicam Logger does not record any video and is hardware agnostic. What Multicam Logger does is log the angles that the producer has selected on his vision mixer when producing a live show. To get to the multicam clips afterwards, it is necessary that you have the capability to record each of the cameras on set and ideally the program output as well. To record each camera feed, the user can select whatever solution is appropriate.

Of course, our bias is to use Softron's MovieRecorder for all recording. Other recording devices can include the AJA KiPro or Blackmagic Design Hyperdeck, even cameras with built-in memory can be used.

Link to one or multiple clips per angle
After the Live production, to create your multicam clip, you simply drag and drop each recorded file(s) to each camera angle in Multicam Logger. For example, during your live show you recorded the Camera 1 feed using MovieRecorder which created a video file named MyLiveShow (Camera 1).mov. Simply drag that file and drop it on the Camera 1 line in Multicam Logger. This file will now be associated with that angle.



  • Mac OS Mac OS X 10.7.2 or later
  • RAM 4 GB
  • Supported Video Switchers ATEM through Ethernet, all other through GPI
  • Requires Monitor Connected (Open GL Active) No
  • Supported Codecs and Formats Any file can be linked to angles
  • MacPro type Any
  • iMac type Any
  • MacBook Pro type Any
  • MacBook Air type Any
  • MacMini type Any
  • Compatible Storage Any


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