Aquafadas has released
iDive, a new digital video media management application the developer bills as a “digital shoebox” suitable to storing and managing clips. Aimed at semi-professional users, iDive works alongside iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro and other editing software and provides visualization, tagging and retrieval capabilities. iDive’s normal retail price is US$69.95 — the company is running a special to launch at $49.95, but check the site for details and limitations. System requirements call for Mac OS x 10.3 or higher, 256MB RAM and 5MB hard disk space, plus 20 to 120MB hard disk space per hour or digital video.