(Brussels, Belgium--November 4, 2011) Brussels, Belgium – November 4, 2011 – Softron Media Services today announced the immediate availability of MovieRecorder 2.3b4. The new version supports Edit-While-Ingest using both Reference Movies and Self Contained Movies. It can be used to ingest clips for on the fly editing with both Final Cut Pro 7 as well as with Final Cut Pro X.|
MovieRecorder 2.3b4 is a Macintosh based multi-format, multiple input video acquisition software. It supports multiple SD and HD in either compressed or uncompressed formats. MovieRecorder allows the user to schedule or manually capture video clips that can be edited during the ingest session. Multiple ingest sessions on the same or on different workstations can be monitored and controlled via MovieRecorder Control. Aggressively priced, up to eight SD MovieRecorder applications, or 4 HD applications can run on a single workstation and can simultaneously capture from from different inputs.
MovieRecorder is designed for use with any video cards from AJA, Blackmagic Design, Matrox and MOTU. MovieRecorder is AppleScriptable allowing external applications to activate and control either it. Softron Media Services provides sample AppleScripts to acquaint users with “How to” scripting assistance.
MovieRecorder 2.3b4 also offers a Pro option that supports deck control, batch capture, Metadata tagging, Loop Recording and MPEG4 and ProRes proxy captures.
“MovieRecorder has been very successful since September 2007 when we released the first version of MovieRecorder. It continues to improve as time goes by,” said Daniel Tapie, CEO of Softron Media Services. “We are seeing multiple ingest and edit-during-ingest use explode. Apple's release of Final Cut Pro X is quite different than the previous version, but FCP X users still want as many features that they had with their previous version of Final Cut Pro. We are glad to provide them with support for edit-while-ingest.”
MovieRecorder is immediately available and are priced at US $ 1,095 (€695.) The Pro option is US $ 450 (€295.)
About Softron Media Services
Softron Media Services, headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, has been providing Macintosh based video and audio solutions for 29 years. Softron provides applications for small, midsize and larger broadcasters for playout and scheduling, news management, character generation, acquisition and device control. What distinguishes Softron Media Services is the company’s long dedication to providing the highest professional quality video support for Apple’s Macintosh platform. Softron Media’s applications offer intelligent and easy to use interfaces. Its flagship product, OnTheAir Video is in use by hundreds of television stations worldwide.
Softron Media Services software applications are available online and by Apple ProVideo specialists throughout the world. Resellers are listed on the Softron Media Services website (http://www.softronmedia.com.) Softron Media Services can be contacted at: 470, avenue Moliere, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium, Phone: +32 2 771 7371, Fax: +32 2 706 5266
For Information about Softron Media Services products in North or South America, contact Mike Skibra, Softron Media Services Business Development Manager at +1 702 275 6353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.