Flip4Mac enables FCP exchange with Grass Valley, K2

Telestream on Wednesday introduced Flip4Mac Profile|K2 Component v2.1. The software enables Mac users with Final Cut Pro-based video editing systems to exchange files with Grass Valley media servers. The Flip4Mac software costs $995.

A QuickTime component and Final Cut Pro plug-in, Flip4Mac Profile|K2 Component works with file transfer of 10/100/1000baseT Ethernet connections, letting Final Cut Pro users import DV and IMX D-10 video and uncompressed audio from Grass Valley Servers directly into the Final Cut Pro project bin. Once your edits are done you can export directly back to the Grass Valley servers as well.

System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.4 or later, Final Cut Pro 5 or later and QuickTime 7 or later. The software is a Universal binary for Intel and PowerPC-based Macs.

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