divergent media
Monthly Archives: January 2013

Forget Flash, Skip GIF, Control iOS

A few months ago, Apple announced the new iPhone5. To us though, the most interesting part wasn’t the new hardware, but some subtle animation on the “Design” page. Obviously Apple wouldn’t use Flash to do animation on their site. And the HTML5 video tag doesn’t really allow video to be used as a design element the way it was used on these pages. The type of motion didn’t look like something that could be easily achieved with CSS.

Find out how this grew into our newest product, Phosphor…


Announcing Phosphor, a new way to bring animation and video to the web.

Today we’re pleased to announce our new application, Phosphor, available for immediate sale. Phosphor is a new method to embed animation and video content in your website. Starting with the video track of a standard QuickTime file, Phosphor creates cross platform, web-standards compliant assets which can be played on desktop and mobile devices without plugins or even video decoding capabilities. As long as a browser supports Javascript and the ability to show images, it can display Phosphor content.

Check out out some sample Phosphor content on the products homepage and gallery.


Announcing ScopeBox 3.2

We’re excited to announce the immediate availability of ScopeBox 3.2. ScopeBox 3.2 adds new LUT functionality, better startup experience, and a brand new vectorscope graticule.

The biggest change in ScopeBox 3.2 is the availability of a new type of vectorscope graticule called “hue vectors,” developed in conjunction with colorist Alexis Van Hurkman.


ClipWrap 2.6 Update

We’ve just released a free update to ClipWrap for all users. Available in both the Mac App Store, via in-app autoupdate, or from our trial page. This update adds support for PsF modes in recent cameras.

New in this version:

  • Support for PSF modes of Canon C100.
  • Support for PSF modes of Panasonic SD800.