French Mac software developers Aquafadas on Tuesday announced the release of
1.6, an updated version of its digital video cataloging tool for Mac OS X. The new release is a free update for registered 1.5 users, and costs $69.95 to license.
Billed as a “digital video shoebox” aimed at amateurs and semi-professionals, iDive stores clips and still images. It features previewing, customizable views, drag & drop attribute tagging and a timeline display.
iDive now comes as a Universal Binary that runs natively on Intel or PowerPC-based Macs. Aquafadas has also improved timecode management when capturing videos.