Veescope Live Version 2.0 Makes It Easier to Shoot Virtual Locations

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[] Los Gatos, California - DVDxDV has released Veescope Live 2.0 for Macintosh. Veescope Live is a special effects software package that runs on a MacIntosh computer and performs live chroma keying from a wide variety of video sources. Using no additional hardware, Veescope Live can transform any MacBook Pro Laptop into a live chroma keyer.

With production budgets being slashed, more television shows are shot in front of green or blue screens instead of the scene's real location. Veescope Live version 2.0 has essential tools for shooting these virtual locations. Veescope Live includes the high quality "Softlyght" chroma keyer and professional grade video scopes, such as a Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope, and RGB Parade. The scopes make it easy to properly light a green or blue screen while the chroma keyer allows the perspective and lighting to be matched to the virtual location. When a scene is shot using Veescope Live, the results can be indistiguishable from shooting at the real location.

Veescope Live 2.0 supports a wide range of cameras from consumer video to high quality digital cinema, such as the Red One, Arri Alexa, or Sony F35. HDV, DV, and DVC Pro HD camera can connect directly to Veescope Live using a firewire cable. Digital Cinema, AVCHD, and HD-SLR cameras can connect through HDMI, HD-SDI, or component video using any Quicktime supported capture card made by AJA, Blackmagic Design, or Matrox.

Pricing and Availability:
Veescope Live is available for $99 (USD) can be purchased at Veescope online.

Based in Los Gatos, California, DVDxDV is a privately-held company founded in 2004 by President and CEO, Brad Wright. With over 17 years of software engineering experience Brad has spent the last seven years creating professional audio and video production software for the Macintosh. DVDxDV products are used world-wide through-out the broadcast television and film industry. It's high quality video conversion products have been used on The academy award winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, PBS Frontline, Speed Freaks TV and many more. Copyright (C) 2004-2010 DVDxDV. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Final Cut Pro are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.