updated 05:05 pm EDT, Fri October 21, 2005
Free util for video iPod
EchoFX today announced software. USBVision Exporter can export any QuickTime movie to any other QuickTime format --including those required by iMovie, iTunes, and video-enabled iPods--without QuickTime Pro.
The USBVision software offers Mac OS X support for a wide range of devices
including XLR8 InterView, Belkin VideoBus and VideoBus II, iRez USB Live
and CapSure USB, Global Village VideoFX, Alpha Data USB Video Adapter,
Hauppauge USBLive, Dazzle Digital Video Creator, Pinnacle LINX and many
others -including those originally sold as "PC-only". The USBVision
software also supports s-video capturing on some TV tuner devices including
Hauppage WinTV and Pinnacle Studio PCTV.
Additionally, the USBVision software will allow up to eight video capture
devices to run simultaneously on one computer. Multiple devices can be used
with Ben Bird's SecuritySpy and SubRosaSoft's HomeGuardian security
packages allowing the monitoring of many different video sources. Multiple
devices can also be used with video broadcast packages such as Vara
Software's Wirecast, and webcam packages such as Econ Technologies'
ImageCaster, allowing multiple video sources to be uploaded to the Internet
from a single computer.
The USBVision software has been enhanced in a number of ways from the
original InterView-only software, including the addition of snapshot button
support, audio input support, and increased compatibility with various
third-party applications. The USBVision Capture software included, features
hardware accelerated full-screen playback, duration-based recording and
The USBVision software is available for $25 per device activated. Customers who purchased the InterView For Mac OS X software or InterView Lite hardware from EchoFX may upgrade to the new USBVision software free of charge.