Getting single or multiple clips out of Final Cut Pro X with the ClipExporter App

ClipExporter 输出 FCPXML file, adds the option of handles and then makes folders with reference movies and data for Nuke or SynthEyes.


  • Exports Quicktime reference movies.
  • Exports Nuke files. All in-/out-frames and timeline positions match your exported Final Cut Pro X project.
  • Export for Syntheyes. A custom (.synInfo) file format is created for import in Syntheyes. Therefore an importer sizzle-script is required, which can be downloaded here.
  • Adds handle frames (optionally). Extends each clip length by a given number of frames.
  • Creates shot based folders with naming conventions.
  • Creates subfolders (optionally).
  • Saves disc space by refering to the original source media. No files are copied.

Known issues

  • Retimed clips are not supported.
  • Effects, translations, animations and every other Final Cut Pro X related modification on a clip will be discarded.
  • Video-clips with unsupported or odd fps (frames per second) values could cause inaccurate timming results. We encountered such problems while using unconverted iPhone videos that were shot with the built-in camera app.
  • Nuke export only: using compound, multicam or audition clips and not having the clips on the primary storyline will result in odd Nuke timeline positions. This does not affect the in- / out-points and durations.

System Requirements
You need at least Final Cut Pro X v10.0.1 and a Mac running OS X 10.6.8 or above.

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