Multicam post-production made easy

Multicam Logger allows a user to log all of the different angles (or inputs) used in a live multi-camera production. It records which input the director has selected on his video mixer and when. Multicam Logger thus creates a multicam clip for Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro using the logs and the files recorded by any type of video recorder. The purpose is to use the resulting media to edit a final version of the production which could include necessary corrections.

Seamless integration with Production Switchers over IP

Multicam Logger can integrate with most production switcher through GPI. With NewTek's Tricaster® and Blackmagic Design's ATEM® Production Switcher Line it is even easier as you can connect through Ethernet. The inputs on the network switcher appear immediately on the Multicam Logger screen and connect through a simple Network Connection, no need for complicated cabling and you can use any of the ATEM or Tricaster Production Switcher line.

Selecting an on your production switcher automatically selects it on Multicam Logger. The clean and easy to use interface indicates which item is currently selected as Program and which is selected as Preview.

Support for ANY Production Switcher with GPI

If you do not have an ATEM Switcher, you can also connect to your favourite Switcher using a standard GPI/tally interface. To connect to a Production Switcher using GPI, all the user needs to do is connect the device to Softron's GPICommander2 (sold separately) Logged information includes the Start, End, Duration and Input for each input into the ATEM Production Switcher.

By moving from camera to camera or from one device to another device, Multicam Logger notes the timecode for the start and the end of the selection. It also displays the duration and which input has been used.

Send your multicam to your editing software

Once the live session has ended, the user selects the file in the Finder that he wants to associate with the input and drops it onto the named input. He can then simply click on send multicam to send the multicam to his favourite editing software (Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut Pro). All of the changes will then appear in your editing solution and are ready to be modified. The user can then work as he would with any standard multicam clip to change which angle is chosen and when, as well as to modify the edit points, add effects, etc..

Record your camera streams with any type of recorder

Multicam Logger does not record any video and is hardware agnostic. What Multicam Logger does is log the angles that the director has selected on his vision mixer when producing a live show. To get to the multicam clips afterwards, it is necessary that you have the capability to record each of the cameras on set and ideally the program output as well. To record each camera feed, the user can select whatever solution is appropriate. You should just check that the recorded file type and codec are supported by Multicam Logger.

Of course, our bias is to use Softron's MovieRecorder for all recording. Other recording devices can include the AJA KiPro or Blackmagic Design Hyperdeck, even cameras with built-in memory can be used.

Link to one or multiple clips per angle

After the Live production, to create your multicam clip, you simply drag and drop each recorded file(s) to each camera angle in Multicam Logger. For example, during your live show you recorded the Camera 1 feed using MovieRecorder which created a video file named MyLiveShow (Camera 1).mov. Simply drag that file and drop it on the Camera 1 line in Multicam Logger. This file will now be associated with that angle, provided the recorded file type and codec are supported by Multicam Logger. Note that Adobe Premiere only supports one file per angle.

Add Markers and To-Dos to your project

You can also simply add Markers and To-Dos that will then be added to your project sequence, so you can log all the important moments or the moments that need to be reworked. With Final Cut Pro X, you can even add "To-dos" that you can then check in the Timeline index when they are done, so you are sure you don't miss out on a correction.

Flexible TC sources

Multicam Logger supports multiple timecode sources for your best convenience.

  • Mac Clock: That's the simplest timecode source, available with all Mac. ;-)
  • Audio LTC: Use an audio input on your Mac and we'll decode the TC
  • MovieRecorder: If you are also using MovieRecorder on the same computer, or another one, we can retrieve the timecode from it. So if for example you are using the TC of a video device in MovieRecorder, Multicam Logger can get it too.
  • Timecode Systems products allow to retrieve timecode using WiFi, Network or Bluetooth. Read more about Timecode Systems...

Add Markers from a webpage

You can add markers (such as if there was a highlight to remember, or a wrong camera) remotely simply from a webpage that we have built in Multicam Logger. Just enter the address and start adding markers. If you are more adventurous, we have an open RESTfull API that is available for you to work with so you can build your own webpage or software that integrates with Multicam Logger.

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Make sure to test with our free DEMO version available for download before purchasing so you are sure it fits your need. In DEMO mode, the application will allow you to log only 10 changes of angles. That's the only limitation and difference. After your test, you will keep on using the same application, just with the demo mode unlocked.

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Main features
Multicam Logger
Control your production switcher during your Live production from Multicam Logger
Easy shortcuts
Add markers to indicate which parts need to be corrected or add indications
Sync angles with Timecode in file, file creation date/time, or simply concatenate and sync in edit software
Send your multicam to your favourite editing software with the angle changes that you did to allow for a quick and easy correction before rebroadcast
Important note: Multicam Logger does not record your camera ISOs, you can use MovieRecorder to record them or ANY other solution that you will see fit as long as the recorded file type and codec are supported by Multicam Logger
Multicam Logger
ATEM Production Switcher line connected through ethernet
All other production switchers supported but requires GPICommander
Support for X-Keys XK-24 and X-Keys XK-16. No configuration nor driver required!
Support for Keyboard shortcuts
Support for mouse controls
Support for Stream Deck to add markers easily
Support for a RESTfull API to add markers through a simple web page
Timecode Sources
Multicam Logger
Internal Mac Clock
Remote MovieRecorder Timecode
Audio LTC
Timecode Systems products (Timecode over Network or Bluetooth)
Export Formats
Multicam Logger
Export to Adobe Premiere Pro
(Softron is a Adobe Video Technology Partners)

Using XML.
Export to Final Cut Pro

Export to DaVinci Resolve

Simply link your recorded camera ISOs files to each angle
All video formats supported by your editing software
Warning: multiple files in one angle is only supported when exporting to FCP X
Multicam Logger
Use any type of video recording device
Support for multiple codecs formats and resolutions in one multicam session
macOS compatibility
Big Sur
High Sierra
El Capitan
M. Lion
2.2 and later
2.0 to 2.1

Specs and Requirements
Recommended macOS (for latest version) macOS 10.15.5 or later*
Supported Mac computers
Intel Processors: Version 1.0 and later
Apple Silicon Processors: Version 2.2 and later
WARNING: With Apple Silicon processors, ATEM production switchers software is not working yet when starting the application in Universal. Start it with Rosetta to be able to connect to an ATEM switcher. Check the following article to know more
Recommended RAM 2 GB for the first channel. Then add 2GB per additional channel.
Supported Graphics Cards All graphics cards supported
Supported Video Switchers with Ethernet connection Blackmagic Design ATEM, NewTek Tricaster
Supported Video Switchers using GPI/tally Any switcher that has GPI outputs (requires GPI Commander).
Supported Video Switchers using MIDI Any switcher that has MIDI outputs.
Supported Codecs & Formats Many types of file are supported. Check the codecs & Formats pane. Note that export to FCP7 and Premiere only supports Stereo, 24 bit, 48Khz audio.
Required Final Cut Pro X versions
Multicam Logger 1: Final Cut Pro X 10.0 and later
Multicam Logger 2: Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 and later
Requires Monitor Connected Yes. Even if it should behave fine in most cases, it is recommended to keep a monitor connected at all times for best performances. Or you should make the macOS think that there is a monitor connected. Beware of some KVM switches that can cause interrupts in the signal.
Number of license required One license per computer.
About these specifications

We know that some of our users can not upgrade their macOS very often. This is why Softron tries to maintain compatibility with older versions of macOS as much as possible, but it is not always possible to achieve. Because Operating Systems are usually significantly improved over previous versions, Softron must use many of the more capable built-in functionalities inherent in Apple's latest OS releases. Failing to do so would mean that Softron software would essentially be blocked from using the new Frameworks provided in the OS. For this reason, Softron's free support is provided only on the current and previous macOS versions. Also, most of our tests will be done on these macOS versions, and only basic tests will be done on the previous OS. We will always try to help, but in some cases, the best solution is to upgrade your macOS to a more recent version.

Softron does not warrant that these recommended configurations will always meet specific user requirements. They are intended as guidelines and are based on extensive testing that Softron has done, they can be changed without notice. Hardware, drivers, software and operating systems change regularly and we advise users and prospective users to evaluate their requirements in their specific environment/workflow using Softron demo licenses that are available for downloading from Softron's web site.

Multicam Logger
Version 2.2.7 - 16 May 2023

Useful Resources

Installation instructions

Once downloaded, unzip the file, and drag and drop the "MovieRecorder" Application in your Applications Folder.
Do NOT run the application from your downloads folder or it will be quarantined. Always drag and drop from the Downloads folder to the Applications folder before using it. Make sure also to download and install the drivers for your video device:

AJA Drivers
Blackmagic-Design Drivers
Deltacast Drivers
For Intel and Silicon

DEMO Limitations

In DEMO mode, Multicam Logger will allow you to add 10 change of angles and send them to your editing station. That's the only limitation and difference. After your test, you will keep on using the same application, just with the demo mode unlocked

How to unlock the DEMO version ?

Purchase a license through one of our resellers or the Softron online store, then just activate your serial number in the License window or plug your dongle in the computer.

Upgrade/Update instructions

Just download the latest version and replace your previous version. It is always recommended to run extensive tests with your specific workflow and setup before putting a new version in production. You can use a free demo version for that on a separate computer. Previous legacy versions are available from the general downloads page.

You do not need to deactivate and reactivate your serial number when updating your Softron software. Read the following article to know when to deactivate.

This software uses code of FFmpeg, licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded here.

Legacy versions
Multicam Logger 2.2.6
7 December 2022
Multicam Logger 2.1.12
30 December 2020
Multicam Logger 2.1.9
16 July 2020
Multicam Logger 2.1.2
9 October 2019
Multicam Logger 2.0.4
8 April 2019
Multicam Logger 1.5.3
3 July 2018
Multicam Logger 1.4.11
14 April 2017


This software uses code of FFmpeg, licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded here.