NAB 2013 is fast approaching. We hope you’ve got your comfortable shoes ready, because it looks set to be another exciting show.
We’ve decided to forgo a booth on the show floor this year, and instead focus on the more intimate events that happen throughout the week. We’ll kick things off Monday night with the Media Motion Ball at the Monte Carlo. Tuesday night, we’ll be at the Las Vegas SuperMeet at the RIO.
In addition to those formal events, we’ll be at the Tao of Color mixer and KISS Mini Golf on Sunday evening.
We’ll be at the show each day, and would be happy to arrange private meetings if you’d like to talk through plans that involve our products. Otherwise, if you see us walking the show floor, be sure to say hi!
We’re happy to announce that Phosphor 1.1 is now available for purchase or free update in the Mac App Store. This update has a variety of enhancements and fixes, and is recommended for all Phosphor users. Existing users can update by going to the “updates” tab of the Mac App Store application.
One of the most exciting new features in Phosphor 1.1 is support for image sequences. This allows you to create a Phosphor composition from a folder full of images (jpegs, pngs, etc), in addition to the existing support for QuickTime movies. For users working in Photoshop or Flash, this makes it substantially easier to maintain transparency and image fidelity.
A full change log is available at the link below.
ScopeBox 3.2.1 provides minor bug fixes and enhancements, and is recommended for all users. Please note, we are beginning to phase out support for the PowerPC G5 platform. We will continue to supply critical bug fixes for PowerPC ScopeBox users, along with technical support, but will no longer be adding new features and enhancements to that platform.
Existing users can update by selecting “check for updates” from the ScopeBox menu. If you’re not using ScopeBox yet, why not give the free trial a spin today?
Release notes are available at the link below.