Today we released ScopeBox 4, a huge update years in the making. There are too many changes to list them all, but the highlights include an overhaul of the user interface to bring the look and feel up to date, a number of new scopes, support for HDR and wide color gamuts, and many new features to make color matching and look creation faster and more fluid. All that and support to new video devices and a ScopeLink OFX plugin for DaVinci Resolve.
Along with the added features, we’re making changes to our pricing and support. Going forward, ScopeBox users will need to purchase yearly licenses to continue to receive updates and support (though you’ll never lose access to the last version released during your license period). Current users will receive discounts during the transition. You can read all about the new pricing in our blog post.
Lastly, in our efforts to cleanup and focus the Scopebox user experience, some features have been removed. We have a blog post outlining them here.
We’re super excited to show you what we’ve been hard at work on, as well as what we have in store for the weeks, months and years ahead. For now, we’d love to show you a highlight video of some of the great new features. When you’re done, please download the free trial and let us know what you think!
You can download ScopeBox from our trial page, or update in app.
Changes in Scopebox 4:
- Clean, modern UI
- HDR support
- ScopeLink OFX support in Davinci Resolve
- New CIE color palette
- New TimeTrace palettes (good for color constancy work, they show luma and rgb over time)
- Support for many more video playback formats (mov, mp4, MXF, BRAW, AVCHD, HDV)
- Feature insights – quickly find where regions in one palette fall in another
- Still store and image overlays
- Overlay two palette traces
- Custom user defined color targets on palettes
- False color preview overlays
- Expanded device support