Jun 04, 2015 - Boris FX and MacVideo Promo today announce Media 100 Suite Version 2.1.6 an update to the video editing software suite for Mac OS X. With a focus on the craft of video, Media 100 offers unrivaled ease-of-use, stability and image quality. Media 100 supports dozens of video standards in 4K, 2K, HD, and SD resolutions at frame rates from 23.98 to 60 frames per second. Version 2.1.6 adds support for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite and is available at a new breakthrough price of $99.
May 27, 2015 - MacXDVD today commemorates the 5th anniversary of its founding in 2010 with the biggest-ever promotion over the course of the next 15 days, featuring a giveaway of MacX Video Converter Pro for free video converting, online video downloading, recording and editing. This anniversary event will culminate with a Facebook contest and up to 70% discount offer, continuing well into June 9, 2015. The giveaway event is launched officially worldwide on May 26 and will run through June 8, 2015.
May 20, 2015 - Minder Softworks announces that it has forged a strategic partnership with Insider Software, established provider of FontAgent Pro & Smasher. Together the companies have developed Expo, a next-generation digital asset manager for Mac OS X. Designed with a creative professional's workflow in mind, Expo helps users find, organize, and use their digital media. Rather than spending time manually organizing media files, Expo's powerful tagging engine allows users to "tag & forget" their media files.
May 19, 2015 - Insider Software today introduces Expo, an innovative asset manager for Mac OS X. Expo aims to redefine how web, creative and marketing professionals discover, manage and utilize images, fonts, icons, multimedia and application documents in their projects. Expo then auto-organizes them into customizable smart folders based on the assets' attributes and metadata. By supporting their creative workflow, Expo helps them develop better designs, websites, documents, presentations and materials.
May 15, 2015 - MCE Technologies (MCE) has begun shipping its USB 3.0 16X Blu-ray Authoring System for the Mac. The MCE Blu-ray Authoring System takes advantage of the powerful high-definition video editing capabilities of the Mac Pro, iMac 5K, and MacBook Pro with Retina Display and is compatible with Final Cut Pro X. It is available with optional Blu-ray authoring software and includes Mac Blu-ray Player for viewing authored titles. Retail price is $149.00, $229.00 with Blu-ray authoring software.
May 11, 2015 - Indie developer Tosha Serbian has announced Video Ambush for Mac OS X, a rebranded update to his successful MPEG encoder and movie re-converter application MPEG2 Works. Convert your media, video and audio files, DVD and Blu-Ray discs, to iDevices compatible movies, video for web, H.264, MP4, DivX, MKV, x264, MPEG2, DVD, HD DVD and all available standard and pro Quick Time formats. Packed with more options than ever in a beautiful, modern user interface, the next evolution of M2W is at hand.
May 04, 2015 - Pennsylvania-based company PHYX today announces PHYX Cleaner 2.1, an update to their wildly popular video artifacts repair kit for footage from DSLR or other sources. PHYX Cleaner consists of 7 plugins to repair aliasing and banding, chroma sub-sampling issues, color, remove noise, grain, haze, interlacing, and more. Best of all, it is currently on sale in celebration of its newest updates. Supports OS X within Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Motion.
Apr 21, 2015 - Portland based Red Giant announces their 25%-off spring sale, this upcoming next Tuesday, April 28th. Whether you use Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Final Cut Pro X or other host apps, this sale offers customers a chance to update their filmmaking, motion graphics and visual effects tools. For 24 hours only, every single product sold in the Red Giant online store will be on sale. This includes full licenses, upgrades, and even products from the academic store.
Apr 08, 2015 - shinywhitebox today announces the availability of their interactive brainstorming platform and playable demo for the next version of iShowU, a screen recording application. Users can now be a part of the newest version build out. Aimed at giving consumers the ability to input suggestions at the beginning of the development cycle, rather than the end, as is normally the case - users can suggest a complete re-write of a function, add tools, remove tools, or enhance several of the current features.