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Apps: ImageBuddy, Wirecast, SecuritySpy, iUnit,...

updated 08:20 am EDT, Mon June 14, 2004

ImageBuddy, Wirecast

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  • Wirecast 1.0.2 reduces price of the broadcasting software package to $450 (from $600), offers several bug fixes, and adds a Japanese localization. It supports many different webcams, multiple processors, templates, video stamping/effects, archiving, QTSS, AppleScript, Keynote integration, etc. [7.4MB]

  • SecuritySpy 1.0.2 ($50) updates the multi-camera video surveillance software with features such as motion detection, real-time compression and network video streaming, and more. It adds text overlay functions, lower CPU usage with some networked cameras, support for more cameras, and better display. [993KB]

  • iUnit 2.8 ($20) is the latest version of Black Cat Systems' measurement unit conversion program. It adds additional conversions for kinematic and dynamic viscosity. It can convert 1511 different units of distance, mass, volume, velocity, density, currency, etc. and contains 80 commonly used constants. [366KB]

  • ClipPreserver 1.0 (free) automatically preserves the contents of the Clipboard when users shutdown or restart their computers.. The shareware version ($10) will also automatically will preserve and restore the contents of users' Clipboards when they have a system crash and also offers a "ClipCleaner feature" to clear the contents of the clipboard. [1.2MB]

  • Applimiser 1.2 ($12) is a system utility that allows you to pre-view the optimisation results before any changes are made on your disk. It offers "de-localization", help file optimization, string file optimization, classic code removal, and removal of temporary Finder files. It sports a new UI, adds drag & drop support, more. [440KB]

  • Do Something When 1.0 (free) is a system preference pane that allows the user to watch for drives mounting and un-mounting and perform actions such as "launch or quit applications, when these events happen. You can launch iTunes when your music hard drive gets mounted, you can quit iTunes when you eject the drive." [FTP]




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