We’ve just released ScopeBox 3.0.1. This release contains a variety of minor bugfixes and enhancements and is encouraged for all ScopeBox users. As always, please let us know if you run into any issues with this release.
Also, as a reminder, if you’ll be at NAB 2012, please come say hello! We’re in booth SL14010.
Changes in ScopeBox 3.0.1:
- better 10bit RGB support
- added new keyboard shortcut to reset envelope peaks
- added spacebar keyboard shortcut to pause/play controllable sources
- added ProRes 4:4:4:4 to transcode options
- sidebar scroller sized properly for mouse/trackpad auto-detect in lion
- interlaced video properly tagged in records
- fixes recall of layouts with TC palette (will need to resave layouts)
- fixes PPC layout recall
- fixes misc crashes with DV/DVCPro/DVCProHD and HDV devices
- fixes latency with BlackMagic cards on PPC (by default audio will not work, see sidebar for details)
- fixes pixel aspect of SD video records
- cosmetic fixes to some sidebar controls
- some PPC performance optimizations (more to come)
Available via in app auto update or our trial page.
Spring is in the air – the days are growing longer, and the inbox is full of announcements from video companies. It all can mean only one thing, NAB is around the corner. We’re excited to be attending and exhibiting at NAB2012, all signs point to it being a great year. We’ll be in south lower (Booth SL14010) showing off the newest versions of ScopeBox and ClipWrap.
We released ClipWrap 2.5 today.
- Adds framerate conforming – enable this feature in the preferences menu to retime footage for slow motion effects
- Concurrent batch support – convert multiple batches simultaneously, with different output destinations. Use the “New Window” option (under the File menu) to start a new batch
- Now supports dragging files to the Dock icon
- Adds Sony XDCam EX and Sony XDCam HD transcode targets
- Now embeds XMP location metadata for use with Adobe products
If you’re using a desktop mac, rather than a laptop, you’ve got a variety of options for getting a signal into ScopeBox. This post will run through the available options, so you can decide what’s right for your workflow.