would offer Mac OS X support for InterView, its media capture product.
One MacCentral reader received an e-mail from the XLR8 Sales Team that said: “It is unlikely that InterView will be supported under OS X. Should support become available, information will be posted to our Web site.”
However, David Marsden, XLR8’s national sales manager, said that no decision has been made.
“Whether or not XLR8 will provide OS X support for InterView is a determination to be made by our engineering department,” he told MacCentral. “When a determination is made, XLR8 will provide its customers with the most accurate and up-to-date information.
InterView Media Capture Software and Cabling allow users to import analog video and audio into any USB-equipped Mac. It supports real-time video at resolutions up to 320×240, snapshots at resolutions up to 640×480 and supports both NTSC and PAL video formats. InterView 2.0 includes QuickTime Pro and has a suggested retail price of US$79.95.
“We have already shown our commitment to supporting XLR8 products under OS X by releasing MACh Speed Control X, the first cache enabling software for CPU upgrades in systems running Apple’s newly released OS,” Marsden said. “As the only company to ship dual G4 upgrade solutions for owners of Beige G3 systems, and with announced dual processor support for all ZIF-based systems and many pre-G3 machines, XLR8 remains focused on providing our customers with the maximum in performance and compatibility.”