XML2EDL lets you convert an XML to an EDL.
New in 1.03
- multiple Video tracks
- XML files created with FCP7 (v.4 and v.5 XML)
- XML files created with Adobe Premiere
- Video track 1 (V1)
- Reel name
- Dissolves and Wipes
- 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97 and 30 fps
- Showing Clip names
- Showing Source path
- notification for new versions
- Audio tracks
- Speed changes
I have found that sometimes the source timecode can be 1 or 2 frames wrong. This is not XML2EDL’s fault. It’s the software writing the XML which is doing it wrong.
If you have an XML which is not converted correctly, please send it to email@example.com so I can try to fix it.
XML2EDL is donate-ware. Send me whatever you think it’s worth.