October 29, 2014 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - Bensoftware today announced the release of CaptureSync 1.0, a new multi-camera software product for the Mac. CaptureSync takes video and audio streams and records them to a single file, containing all streams synchronised together. CaptureSync is perfect for recording interviews, scientific experiments, psychological research, musical performances and sporting events, among many other uses.
"CaptureSync provides recording functionality that simply hasn't existed until now," said Ben Bird, the developer of CaptureSync. "Researchers and scientists especially will love the fact they can instantly analyse or archive multi-camera footage of their experiments, and we are very excited to be providing the tools to achieve this."
The main features of CaptureSync are as follows:
* Supports up to 16 video and audio inputs, which are captured simultaneously
* Supports IP cameras and video servers (Axis, Mobotix, Panasonic, Vivotek, Sony, ONVIF and more)
* Works with Mac-compatible USB, FireWire and Thunderbolt input devices
* Supports Blackmagic hardware for HDMI and SDI video input
* Screen capture from any attached monitor
* Products standard QuickTime Movie files
* No post-processing: captures are available immediately
* AppleScript support, for automation
Pricing and Availability:
Pricing is in British Pounds, Euros or US Dollars and is set at GBP 199 (approx. $320) for a single-user license or GBP 1499 ($2400) for a site license. CaptureSync supports any Mac running OS X 10.7 "Lion" through 10.10 "Yosemite". A 30-day fully-featured trial of CaptureSync is available for download.
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