The new version of KeyFlow Pro,has a whole range of improvements and new features, including support for ingesting videos, audio and images directly into Final Cut Pro X from within the KeyFlow Pro interface.
You ingest an asset by selecting it first and then select the ‘Send to Final Cut Pro X’ option from the context menu.
You can now use EXIF, IPTC, Final Cut Pro X and custom-made metadata, and even search for some metadata.
Version 1.2 has an improved Video Player. It has support for Timecode and Frame number counting and adds a Timecode Viewer — a large floating panel that shows the Timecode counter. The Viewer is available by hitting Ctrl-T on the Mac’s keyboard. This means you can have a small frame counter as well as the Timecode shown in the Video Player. The current Playback status is shown in an Overlay window in the top left corner. The Player supports J-K-L shortcut keys for playback control and up to 16x normal speed. And you can play frame by frame using the arrow keys on the keyboard.
Furthermore, you can insert a Timecode Track if the source video has one. Version 1.2 improves Hi-res Video encoding and supports all types of ProRes (using AVFoundation) except for ProRes 4444 XQ. There are improved Encoder settings and moreVideo and Audio bitrate options to choose from.
The Audio Player has been improved as well. It now supports Album Artwork and downmixes Multichannel audio.