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Thoughts on OS versions

We’ve recently been doing some data crunching, looking at the versions of Mac OS X run by our users. You can see one snapshot of that data the chart below. This was a pleasant surprise for us. The vast majority

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Announcing EditReady 1.3.5

We’re excited to announce EditReady 1.3.5, a free update for all existing users. This release adds a few features that make the application even more powerful. And if you haven’t yet tried EditReady, now is great time to download the

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Discounts, Cracks, and Resellers, oh my!

We get frequent emails from customers, or prospective customers, wondering about our policies around discounts, resellers, and other issues related to buying our software. We’d like to try to clarify things. Educational Discounts We’re big believers in education, and love

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Using a 4K or 5K display with your Mac

It’s become fairly normal for video professionals to work with 4K sources. Heck, even the new iPhone 6s can shoot 4K video. However, it’s still pretty uncommon to have a 4K display, especially connected to your Mac as an actual

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Upgrading to El Capitan – Tips for Video Pros

We’re only a few weeks away from the release of Mac OS X 10.11 (“El Capitan”). Big OS upgrades always present a bit of a dilemma for folks in the video industry. New versions of OS X bring lots of

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Dealing with Codecs on Modern Macs

We’re all familiar with the concept of codecs. And we’ve probably all run into a problem or two with a codec in the past – a file that works on one computer doesn’t work on another, or works in one

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Announcing EditReady 1.2.1 with Samsung NX1 (H265) support

EditReady 1.2.1 is now available. This update includes important fixes and is recommended for all users. A full list of changes is available below. If don’t already have EditReady, download the free trial today and give the fastest, easiest transcoding

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Announcing EditReady 1.1.3

EditReady 1.1.3 is an exciting update that brings new features and camera support. Full changes are available below. If you’re not yet an EditReady user yet, download the free trial today. Support for Sony XAVC-L 4:2:2 10bit LongGOP format. This

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Announcing ScopeBox 3.4.1

ScopeBox 3.4.1 resolves minor issues and enhances the appearance of ScopeBox when running on Mac OS X Yosemite. If you haven’t tried ScopeBox yet, download the free trial today.

  • Corrects issue with display of mV scale on waveform
  • QuickTime movies now update scopes even when paused
  • Better handling of Quartz Composer Plugins with 4:3 sources
  • Better default values for ScopeLink during initial install
  • Updated interface for Yosemite
  • Improved stability when running many simultaneous records
  • Miscellaneous fixes

This update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X 10.7 and later. As of ScopeBox 3.4.1, we will no longer be supporting Mac OS X 10.6 with new releases. However, if you’re running Mac OS X 10.6, you may continue to run 3.4.0 and we will continue to provide technical support for that release.

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Announcing EditReady 1.1.2

We’ve just released EditReady 1.1.2. EditReady 1.1.2 contains a number of fixes and enhancements and is recommended for all users. If you’re not already a user, download the free trial today.

  • Updated interface for more Yosemite-like look
  • Resolves green frame at beginning of some Sony F55 XAVC footage
  • Better support for Sony A7S metadata and timecode
  • Support for Float audio and mp4a audio
  • Better handling of invalid GPS strings in metadata
  • Resolves issues with drop frame timecode
  • Fix selection of multiple items using the shift key

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