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EditReady and ScopeBox integrated at last

Today we shipped EditReady 1.4 and ScopeBox 3.5. The major feature of both is addition of ScopeLink integration between the two applications.

What is ScopeLink?

ScopeLink is a technology we introduced a few years ago allowing ScopeBox to see (and scope) the video signal inside another application. Users of FCPX, Premiere Pro, AfterEffects and other applications can use ScopeLink to attach ScopeBox to their timelines. Today we’ve made it possible to use ScopeBox with EditReady preview playback.

This means if you own both EditReady and ScopeBox you can now get live video scopes of your camera originals right from the EditReady preview player. Any camera files EditReady supports: AVCHD, HDV, MXF, MOV and MP4. You don’t need to rewrap or transcode the footage to get access to professional quality QA tools. And if you’re shooting in Log, protune, cine-gamut, or any other format, you can still use EditReady’s LUT support to preview your shots as corrected video – the LUT-transformed video will be sent to ScopeBox as well.

Buy EditReady and ScopeBox together and save!

We’re so excited about this new functionality, that we’re offering a deal for people who buy EditReady and ScopeBox as a bundle. Buy now and get both for just $119.95. We’re also offering upgrades for existing EditReady customers. Or enter your EditReady serial under upgrades to purchase ScopeBox for just $69.95.

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