Genesis Media Browser

Media file browsing and organizing

A smart all-in-one media management application

Browse your videos directly from your hard drive, SD card, or Genesis, no ingest required. Use Genesis Media Browser's powerful drilldown function to flatten and filter the content of the entire storage device and define media aware filters such as framerate, resolution to find the files you're looking for.

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Get control of your media files

  • Save time in production
  • Simple to use and easy to learn
  • Powerful conversion, transcoding and rewrapping engine
  • Video, audio and image browsing
  • Access any drives or folders
  • “Drill Down” Feature traverses subdirectories
  • Create and export Subclips
  • Create Markers with Editorial information
  • Export Editorial Information directly to Premiere and FCPX
  • Drag and Drop directly into Premiere and FCPX
  • Full featured Video Player
  • Search Filters with useful criteria
  • Frame Rate conversion
  • Export Stills from a single video frame with ease
  • Shared DataBase on Genesis Central Storage
  • Video frame by frame and jump to a preferred frame
  • Built in Zebra Filter
  • Scene Detection
  • Mouse wheel zoom in and out in a frame

The Genesis Media Browser combines functionality of a file browser, a media player, a conversion tool (transcoder), and a media management system. In addition, the client-based software has large number of functions that help accomplish tasks that editors and producers typically have to deal with when having to work with digital media files. This media browser provides funcitions like subclipping, renaming, and image gallery exports while easily integrating with video editing applications such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro.

This and many other offerings are available for our hardware and software product line. - Learn more about the Genesis Platform.

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