French developer Aquafadas Software has released
iDive 1.2, a new version of its iPhoto-like application for storing and organizing digital video files. This upgrade adds several new features, including the ability to drag and drop clips from iMovie, Final Cut Express or Final Cut Pr directly into the application. In addition, iDive 1.2 can capture footage directly from a video camera, supports the display of footage with a 16:9 aspect ratio, offers the ability to split clips, features new compression capability and more. Aquafadas doesn’t note upgrade pricing for this new version; the full software is US$69.95, with academic licenses available for $49.95. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3, 256MB RAM and 20MB to 120MB of free hard drive space for each hour of digital video to be stored.