Atlanta, Ga.-based EchoFX has announced the release of
v1.1.2, a new version of the software that drives various USB 1.1 video digitizing devices. USBVision is a free update for registered users. It costs $25.
USBVision enables USB 1.1 devices like the XLR8 InterView, Belkin VideoBus and VideoBus II, iRez USB Live and CapSure USB and other devices, including many sold as “PC-Only,” to work on Mac OS X.
The new version of USBVision is a bug fix for video signal detection, audio enabled devices, SecuritySpy, snapshot sizes, InterView Lite devices, and the startup item under Mac OS 10.4. What’s more, enhancements have been for AppleScript support and sleep management.
What’s more, EchoFX has released its free USBVision Exporter software. The software can export any QuickTime movie to any other QuickTime format — including formats needed by iMovie, iTunes and video-enabled iPods. QuickTime Pro is not required.