noteLogger is a live logging Mac macOS application for creating Keyword Ranges with notes. It's an alternative to the web logger and the iOS Logger, which only create Keyword Ranges. The logs created in noteLogger become a named Keyword Range in FCP X with the notes in the Notes field of the Keyword Range.
The columns can be rearranged to change their order.
There's no need to save the spreadsheet to your Mac because logs are saved to the Lumberjack server and can be retrieved by noteLogger once you've signed in to your Lumberjack account.
If there are no account details, the My Account area of Preferences will automatically open.
You only need to enter the account details once unless the account (or password) changes. They can be changed at any time in noteLogger's Preferences or the Keychain Access application.
Note: The computer running backLogger must have an active Internet connection.
The newest Event is automatically selected, or use the popup menu to choose another Event.
noteLogger's table works like a spreadsheet. To begin logging, click the Start Log button or press the Return key. A new row is added to the spreadsheet and the Mac's current time is added to the Start Time column.
Choose the type of Keyword you plan on logging from the Log Type keywords. Selecting People adds the Keywords and Notes to the People Keyword type; Selecting Activity logs to the Activity Keyword type; or selecting Other logs to the Other Keyword type. This selection affects new logs only.
Note: You can drag the column headers to order the columns in any order you wish. The first editable field will be active. This means that you can start taking notes, and tab to add the Keyword at the end of note taking.
Note: You can dictate into the Notes field. To start dictating, double click the fn key (at the bottom left of the keyboard).
The spreadsheet row will become a keyword range in FCP X that runs from Start Time to Stop Time. The keyword will be named with the Keyword name and contain notes from the Notes field.
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