Final Cut Library Manager 3.6 update

We're happy to announce a new update to Final Cut Library Manager with some great new features.

List of internal media
In addition to the list of external media, you can now view the list of internal media associated with library events.


Duplicate internal media out of the library
From the new internal media list, you can now copy the media out of the library using the new "+" button.


Quicklook is now available from the lists of internal and external media
So you can easily check what each media file actually is.


All media list to CSV
The Export to CSV option has been extended with a function to export a CSV file of all the media files, both internal and external, for an entire library. You can access this feature from the "gear" or the contextual menu.


Smart follow of exported files
Final Cut Library Manager now tries to follow any files that are exported to the hard drive from FCPX, so that you can continue to find them easily even if you move or rename them after the export.
Existing inaccessible references (which can be viewed by holding down the Option/Alt key when clicking on the Exports button) can be re-linked to the appropriate file manually if required, using the new "?" button.


Other improvements
Updated German translations (with our thanks to Peter Bosche)
Fixed a bug which stopped real-time scanning of disk images and external hard drives
Various fixed bug


Free Upgrade
As usual, based on our upgrade policy, this update is free of change and includes various bug fixes.

New users buying the complete pack with all options benefit from a 10% discount : €29,70 instead of €33.
All the tarif options are explained on this page

Want to test Final Cut Library Manager? The Free Basic Management Licence allows the use of most of the features of the software without any time limit.

Final Cut Library Manager is 4 years old!

It's now been four years that Final Cut Library Manager has been helping you to both manage your ever-growing collection of libraries, and to recover precious hard drive space by cleaning them.
Thanks to your continued support there have been over 35 updates, and they'll be many more to come.

To celebrate this, we’re offering a 30% reduction from 2nd to 6th March 2018.

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FCLM 3.5 add a new option "Export To CSV"

We’re happy to announce the release of version 3.5 of Final Cut Library Manager, which includes a new option - Export To CSV.

Since the creation of Final Cut Library Manager, 4 years ago, we’ve often been asked for a way to export the list from the main window in the form of a CSV file where it can be easily be manipulated using a spreadsheet.

We’ve done that... And more still!

Firstly, you can now export a CSV file based on the list from the main window of Final Cut Library Manager. The generated list uses the same settings as the window; so sort, search and filtering options are all taken into account. You can, for example, only display online libraries with an alert and then export just those.

Secondly, this new option also allows you to export the list of external media for a given library to a CSV file. That’s ideal for sorting, searching or comparing external media using your favourite tools.

As usual, based on our upgrade policy, the base update is free of change and includes various bug fixes.

The new option “Export to CSV” is offered at €3 (ex VAT).
Existing users can buy it directly on this page

New users buying the complete pack with all options benefit from a 10% discount : €29,70 instead of €33.
All the tarif options are explained on this page

Want to test Final Cut Library Manager? The Free Basic Management Licence allows the use of most of the features of the software without any time limit.

Final Cut Library Manager 3.3

We’re happy to announce the release of version 3.3 of Final Cut Library Manager!

This latest version includes the following improvements:

  • Compatibility with Final Cut Pro 10.4
  • It's now possible to remove offline or missing libraries from the list using the context menu
  • A new icon is displayed for ephemeral libraries created using Final Cut Library Opener
  • Improved behaviour when creating libraries from templates
  • Fix a bug where caches could be separated from their libraries in the list
  • Fixed sort order for mixed-case filenames
  • Other minor bugs fixes and interface retouches

Based on our upgrade policy, this upgrade is free of charge!

New here? And want to test Final Cut Library Manager? The Free Basic Management Licence allows the use of most of the features of the software without any time limit.