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EditReady, ScopeBox and ClipWrap macOS 10.14 Mojave support

On September 24th, Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave. We wanted to write a quick blog post outlining Mojave support in divergent media apps, and our plans going forward. We have extensively tested EditReady, ScopeBox, and ClipWrap; and can confirm all

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“App not optimized” alerts

Divergent Media’s 64-bit transition plans Beginning April 12th, users will see the following alert the first time they launch ScopeBox or ClipWrap on macOS 10.13.4. We are aware of the alert and want to discuss what it means, and how

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HEVC support on macOS and iOS

When you record a video on your phone or stream a movie from the web, you’re almost certainly dealing with a video compressed using the H.264 codec. The same group that brought you H.264, the MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group)

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Upgrading to High Sierra: Tips for Video Pros

Apple has just released macOS 10.13, “High Sierra”. Big OS upgrades always present a bit of a dilemma for folks in the video industry. New versions of OS X bring lots of exciting updates, better performance, and new features. But

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Announcing EditReady 1.4.1

We’ve just released EditReady 1.4.1, which improves stability and resolves minor issues. A full changelog is available below. If you’ve already got EditReady, you can update by selected “Check for Updates” under the EditReady menu. And if you haven’t tried

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ClipWrap leaving the Mac App Store

We’ve decided to pull ClipWrap from circulation on the Mac App Store. Existing installed copies of ClipWrap will continue to work as installed. Customers who purchased via the app store will have the ability to exchange their App Store copy

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We are now divergent media, llc

This is just a quick post to let everyone know that divergent media, inc has changed names – we’re now divergent media, llc. The company relocated to San Francisco, CA over 6 years ago but we remained a New York

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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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