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EdiChart 2.7.3

EdiChart automates the process of creating dubbing charts for mixers.


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EdiChart is a MP3 & Audio software developed by Sounds In Sync Pty Ltd.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for EdiChart:

BrothersoftEditor: EdiChart automates the process of creating dubbing charts for mixers. It can load edit information from Pro Tools and create a chart in the form of a pdf file. Available in OS X (Universal Binary) and Windows (XP - Win7), the program initially runs in demo mode until a serial number is purchased.


- Uses unique print scaling options to economise paper use while printing all data required, including all of region name
- Prints region and marker data using Timecodes or Footages
- Combines Tracks to represent Pro Tools outputs that have been mixed together
- Exports total duration of all regions selected in TC/F+F and seconds. Can be used to calculate total durations of music cues by composer Example List
- Selects start and end time; first and last track; number of tracks per PaGE; timescale ratios and fonts and colours for each printed element
- Reads TAGs in region and track names to further customise print layout, including legacy TAGs
- Converts any track width (stereo, LCR, 5.1 ...) into a single track
- Sets the Text Encoding (character set) used while loading and saving files, required for compatibility with international characters
- Automatically loads Pro Tools text files with Chinese, Japanese and Korean headers
- Saves and recalls five global user settings
- Compatible with Pro Tools version 5 and above
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for EdiChart,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with EdiChart.