EchoFX on Thursday has announced USBVision 1.3 and VideoGlide 1.3, updates for the software that drives USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 video digitizing devices for Mac OS X. The software update is free for registered users. The software costs $29.95 per user.
USBvision enables USB 1.1 video capture devices from Belkin, Global Village, Happage, iRez and others to work with the Mac. VideoGlide lets devices USB 2.0 products from Plextor, Pinnacle and other companies work on the Mac. The software features hardware accelerated full-screen playback, duration-based recording, time-lapse recording and AppleScript support.
New to both releases is support for Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” It also supports full frame resolution in PAL systems when using USB 2.0 devices, and supports French and Brazilian color standards for all devices. New features include timed-interval snapshots and time-lapse recording.
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