We’ve just released ScopeBox 3.3.1. This release provides ScopeLink support for the newly released Adobe Creative Cloud (“Adobe CC”). Additionally, it adds support for Creative Suite 5 and 5.5 and corrects a potential issue when running on first generation Mac Pro workstations.
Existing ScopeBox users will be prompted to update automatically, or can select “Check for Updates” from the ScopeBox menu. If you’re not using ScopeBox yet, we encourage you to download our free trial and give it a try today!
ClipWrap 2.6.1 adds support for the datavideo technologies 100 megabit mpeg-2 format. In addition, it provides a variety of updates and enhancements for all users. Complete changes are below.
Today we’re happy to release ScopeBox 3.3. The feature list for this release is small, but we we’re so eager to get this one feature into the wild that we didn’t want to stall it while we finish the other things we had planned. We call it ScopeLink, and it promises to drastically lower the costs for high end scopes yet again.
ScopeLink is a new technology allowing ScopeBox to monitor the output of compatible third party applications running on the same computer. Until now, software based scopes required a second computer and capture device when users wanted to monitor the output of their editing or compositing software. With the introduction of ScopeLink, users can directly connect ScopeBox to the timeline output of Adobe AfterEffects, Premiere Pro, or Prelude. Now the power of ScopeBox’s first class monitoring toolset is available to editors finishing in Premiere Pro, and After Effects artists creating broadcast legal compositions.