A lot of people now use it to add timecode / reelnames to DSLR shot video, in order to have dupe detection. But it can used for a lot of other workflows as well. There is new Avid support: Speed changes to import worry free, or import trough an ALE and get TC and TapeName info as well! And it now can also output BWF files, with or without speed changes. All BWF files will be 48 Khz, even if the source is 44.1 A small word of wisdome: 30 FPS from the Canon 5D mark II can in fact be used in a 29.97 FCP timeline. You then have a 1:1 frame relationship. This is good. BUT, your sound will be out of sync. This has nothing to do with this application! So it's best to first conform the clip to 29.97, then add Timecode, then edit. A brilliant new feature is to get the original time from the Canon's metadata. Not only it is more accurate (1/100 of a second), but you can now transcode first to anything you like, and then add the timecode. So make sure your THM files travel all the way with whatever form you render to! (Just copy them into the same folder as you render to.) This tool will let you batch alter QT files. Use it to alter properties, or to add TC / Reel info. It is compatible with QT files created by Nikon or Canon cameras. So with this, you can add Timecode, either Rec Run style, or Free Run style. (In the case of Free Run style, time and date from the shooting can be used for TC / reel info.