Soundminer V4pro Mac OSX
Soundminer v4pro is our flagship product. It is an advanced search engine, feature rich batch converter, extensive sound design tool, a project manager with advanced connectivity to many DAWs and an enriched metadata tool. It now supports Apple OSX 10.7 (version 4.3), expanded field structure designed with production music libraries in mind, new waveform editor, easy to use new Spotting Panel (Projects and transfers), easy import of Itunes, Digidelivery support, advanced metadata editing, Rewire and a lot more. V4Pro gives you multi-channel Rewire and multi-channel file support, Rewire transport options so you can control your DAW from within Soundminer, advanced Spotting Panel so you can add important project level data like ‘Scene’, ‘Reel’, ‘Spot’ info, VST native plug-in support and re-record for building your own sound design, ability to change and modify your thesaurus, support for Soundminer Server connectivity and database and project sharing, Sync and ‘handles’ spotting features, and the Metatag Editor feature to make quick work of major metadata surgery. V4Pro also allows you to option in the Soundminer Server. Each license is for a single concurrent station only. Multiple concurrent users would require multiple licenses. The software can be copied to any computer but only launched with the required HASP or ILOK USB keys attached.
Take a quick look at the integration with Avid Pro Tools: click here
V4/V4pro - General Questions
How do I get my audio files to get all the extra metadata I see on the Soundminer website?
You have three basic methods: A) You can rip your sound effect audio CDs using Soundminer Ripper or B)You can receive prepared enriched files directly from the manufacturer. C)If you have v4/v4pro you can embed your own metadata, import text or import your Itunes library.*Miniminer cannot embed or modify metadata and cannot import text.
I have a competing product and want to switch to Soundminer....can it read my files?
Some competing asset managers embed data and if the data is in the OSX finder comment, sound designer II resource, broadcast wave BEXT chunk or the mp3 id tag containers, then Soundminer can read it in.
What are the differences between v4 and v4pro?
See the FAQ section for a feature comparison chart
Can I get a demo?
click here Request a 30 day demo.