(LONDON, UK - 14 September 2006) Digital Heaven (www.digital-heaven.co.uk) one of the leading creators of software for Apple Pro Apps today announced the immediate availability of VideoSpace v1.5, a new version of the popular free widget for Mac OS X Tiger which calculates the disk space required for video files. The ideal companion for Apple's Final Cut Pro and Express software, VideoSpace provides a wide choice of codecs from DV right up to 10 bit Uncompressed HD with comprehensive options for frame rate and audio settings.
New features for version 1.5:
- Support for calculations of up to 1000 hours duration (previously 100 hours)
- Support for IMX (30/40/50mbs) and XDCAMHD (18/25/35mbs) codecs
VideoSpace is available as a free download from http://www.digital-heaven.co.uk/videospace
About Digital Heaven
Digital Heaven was founded in 2000 by ex-BBC Resources editor Martin Baker. For six years the company provided broadcast post production facilities for clients such as the BBC, Channel Four and many independent production companies. In Summer 2003, Digital Heaven became the first London facility to make the switch from Avid editing systems to Apple's Final Cut Pro and later that year, the first software product, EDL Mirror was released. Since then 14 Final Cut Plug-ins and Multicam Lite, the first multicamera editing solution for Final Cut Pro have been added to the product range.
VideoSpace, a free widget for Mac OS X Tiger which calculates the disk space required for a given duration and codec setting was first released in October 2005. Clocking up over 10,000 downloads in the first month of release, VideoSpace was featured as a macworld.com 'Widget of the Week' and as a staff favourite on Apple's widget download page.
In November 2005, MovieLogger for Mac OS X, an easy to use QuickTime logging application was released and in March 2006, the highly acclaimed AutoMotion software made its debut. In May 2006, DH_Grid and DH_Guides plug-ins for Final Cut were made available for free download and a regular email newsletter was launched.