EVR (Exif Video Resolved) is a plug-in for the free ExifTool that helps to import camera EXIF metadata of recorded videos such as ISO, fps, aperture, shutter speed, lens type, gamma, color space, codec bitrate, lens, white point, focal point, etc. into video editing programs with a few clicks.
There are different versions for of EVR for Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve, Apple Final Cut Pro (macOS) and for Adobe Premiere Pro for different cameras respectively.
evrDVR for Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve
evrDVR (macOS/Windows) costs around 20 euros and supports *.MOV and *.MP4 video file formats by means of. The slightly more expensive evrDVR Pro version for around 30 euros can additionally read *MXF files as well as the metadata of other cameras such as Sony&s FX9, FX6 and FS7, Kinefinity&s MAVO, MAVO LF and TERRA 4K, the Z CAM E2, E2-S6 and E2-F6 as well as recordings from Atomos recorders (Apple ProRes, Avid DNxHR and Apple ProRes RAW). Here the list of supported metadata for the various cameras (and recorders) in Resolve. If you want, you can test the functionality using a demo version before buying.
evrPr for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Premiere Pro does not read native EXIF data from media files but XMP data, that&s why Exif Video Resolved Pr (evrPr) for Adobe Premiere Pro allows to update media file metadata with XMP EXIF data to see EXIF data in Premiere Pro.
Fujifilm XT-3 metadata in Premiere
For Premiere, EVR for macOS and Windows is available in versions for one camera manufacturer each - supported are cameras from Panasonic (including S1H, S1, SR1, GH5 and GH5S), Nikon (including Z6, Z7, D850, D800, D7100), Canon (including EOS 80D, 1D-X Mark II, 5D Mark IV, R, RP, 6D, M6), and Fujifilm (including X-T4, X-T3, X-T2). Each manufacturer-specific version costs around 10 euros. Here the list of supported cameras and respective XMP tags in Premiere.
evrX for Apple Final Cut Pro.
Exif Video Resolved X (evrX) for Final Cut Pro X for macOS allows EXIF data to be added under Final Cut Pro as if they were Finder tags. This allows Finder tags to be imported into Final Cut Pro X as keywords, and media to be searched and organized by keyword collection or Smart Collection.
There are also again versions of evrX for the different (camera) manufacturers (Canon, Nikon, Pansonic, Sony, Fujifilm as well as Atomos) at a price of around 20 euros each. A version for all manufacturers costs around 84 Euro. Here the list of supported metadata of the different cameras in Final Cut Pro. more infos at bei www.evrapp.cloud