Conformist extracts source filenames from EDL and XML files, and matches those against files in one ore more folders of media files. The source names can be copied out as a list via drag and drop, while matched media files can be dragged to Finder, FTP, web sites, video editors, encoding software or anything else that support drag and drop.
Does Conformist look at timecode?
No, Conformist only uses filenames for matching.
Does Conformist match partial file names?
Yes, Conformist will match parts of both clip name and file names. For example A001C001_Proxy.mov in the EDL/XML will match a raw file named A001C001.mxf.
Does Conformist preserve folder structure when copying to Finder?
No. When dragging to an external program, Conformist is passing a list of individual files, and Finder will put all the files in the same folder.