Here's some reaaaaally expensive ones: EdlMax Products
What sort of editing are you looking to do? If it's nothing too extreme, you should be able to open up the EDL in a basic text editor--that's pretty much all the EDL is, anyway.
I havent used EDL for a long time ( since going tapeless) but now I have need to use them in a workflow with another post house.
(C.C and Compilation)
I want to check the EDLs before I give them to them.
In the past I always found that I needed to give tghe EDL a little "tweak" and I had an EDL editor to do so.
EDL Editors are a little easier than TXT file editing and dont break the structure.
I will try the one I downloaded. ( Its free)
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Ah, got it. Not sure what the destination system is that you're delivering to, but you might also want to explore the AAF export from Premiere. They're maybe a bit more finicky than EDLs, but they can potentially be more capable, as well. Really depends on the intended target, though--FCP won't eat AAFs natively, if I recall (though you could export an FCP XML for that).
I will try an AAF just so I know what it does.
Files are headed for an AVID system and into 'Flame' and 'Resolve'
They are great fans of the Avid Codec you put me onto.
BTW: The little EDL app works fine.
The AAF might fare a little better than the EDL if you're using tapeless media; I haven't actually sent an AAF from Premiere out into the world, but I've brought an AAF from Avid into Premiere with relatively little trouble. That was back with CS3, too--though it was all DV-based stuff. Good to have options, though!
Glad the EDL editor worked; one to file away for that rainy day