Aurora Video Systems Inc. has released a beta version of the Mac OS X driver for its Igniter video editing cards.
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Aurora’s cards are designed to work hand-in-hand with digital video editing software like Apple’s Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere, and are compatible with Apple’s QuickTime media technology. The Igniter line comprises several different cards with various capabilities and input/output support.
The new drivers can be downloaded for free and used with all IgniterLT, Igniter and IgniterRT boards, according to Aurora. The driver adds new features the editing hardware, as well, adding the “Igniter Film Bundle” to several products.
What’s more, OS X support means that systems equipped with the cards that perform previews of uncompressed video, and IgniterRT users can play many QuickTime-supported formats directly from an editing timeline out through all available outputs including SDI, Component, S-Video and Composite, simultaneously, in either PAL or NTSC video formats.