|sequenceLiner for Final Cut Pro|
|sequenceLiner is thought to work with professional timecode, where all recording devices record the same (TOD) timecode. With devices which don't record TOD or free run TC you may try auxTC which adds a virtual Aux TC to the clips based upon creation or modification date (only works with Final Cut Pro 7.x).
You also may try the ltcCheck app which searches for LTC in the audio tracks and does apply TC the same way auxTC does - again for FCP 7.x only.
You can download a more detailed description and actual manual (PDF) here.
1.01b first release
1.02b Allows to shift "bins" in time during lay down, for too long sequences a warning is displayed, allows TC source selection.
1.07b Allows "bin dragging" for custom track order. New sequence creation options. Sequences can be inserted directly into a project.
1.09b Allows to map audio source file names to Final Cut Pro metadata. It also allows to distribute BWAV files to their respective channel.
1.10b Allows to link audio channels - video still will be unlinked.
1.11b Some interface changes. Workaround for "bad" XML imports where the clip duration is < 0: those clips will be ignored.
1.5 Rewritten code. Clips with audio will be relinked in the timeline. BWAV mono files will be automatically merged into a new clip and will the clip will be added to the matching bin.
If no audio or video track is available, the sequence will still have 1 empty track for each of those.
If you are working with offline MXF files Final Cut Pro will give you a warning about MXF span information. You can ignore this warning in most cases, but make sure the 'Master Clip' relations are still working.
As always there might be other issues.
Even though the app is free you might think about to donate a small amount of money.