Boinx Software on Thursday announced the release of BoinxTV 1.3, the latest version of its live video production software.
Version 1.3 adds a number of enhancements to the product, including an integrated configurable audio delay compensation to help adjust for the latency in different cameras and other equipment as well as settings to help create device sources automatically and image adjustment filters for basic color and gamma tweaks. The update also supports Veescope Key Softlyght, a chroma-key filter designed for studio lighting environments; the filter is available separately for $49. There are also bug fixes and other improvements included in version 1.3.
BoinxTV costs $499 or $199 for the sponsored version (which requires crediting BoinxTV in any video made with the software). Version 1.3 is a free update and is recommended for all existing users. The software runs on Intel Macs or the PowerMac G5, as long as they have discrete ATI or Nvidia graphics chips and at least 2GB of RAM.—Dan Moren
Other Mac software news on Thursday includes:
Profile manager rooSwitch updated
Aimed at developers, beta testers, and network managers, rooSwitch creates and manages multiple profiles of any application. The $19 app can also backup application profiles and transfer them between machines and accounts.
rooSwitch 1.5 adds an updated 512×512 icon and a new color theme, which developer roobasoft says brings the application in line with Mac OS X 10.5’s look. Users can now lock a profile, and rooSwitch now includes a document preference to switch to new profiles as they’re created. Other changes in version 1.5 include support for Adobe AIR apps and fixes for minor switching bugs.—Philip Michaels
Realmac fixes RapidWeaver bugs
RapidWeaver 4.2.3 is a free update for registered users of versions 3.6 and 4.x. The Web publishing program costs $79 for a new license.—PM