BoinxTV 1.8

BoinxTV 1.8

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BoinxTV 1.8

BoinxTV is the pioneering live-production software for video podcasters that turns any recent Mac into a TV studio "for the rest of us". Record stunning studio shows, podcasts, sports events, concerts, interviews, sermons, seminars and more using your Mac, multiple cameras, microphones and other footage. With its innovative user interface, BoinxTV makes it easy to create professional "TV style" recordings, setting a new quality level in the production of video podcasts.

BoinxTV 1.8 | Mac Os X | 47.6 MB
Video podcasters currently have to spend many hours editing their takes to get a professional looking result. Post-production is a time-consuming part of their workflow. BoinxTV reduces the overall production time dramatically as cuts, graphic effects, titles and more can be applied during the recording of the show. Everything that can be done during live recording does not have to be done in post production.

PPC / Intel
Mac OS X 10.5.5 or later
QuickTime 7.5.5 or higher

Version 1.8:
New: New advanced filter 'Chroma Key Pro' in addition to the previous one that has been renamed to 'Chroma Key Basic'. The new chroma keyer delivers much higher fidelity but also needs more consistent lighting conditions and a good colored background, preferably green or blue. Continue using 'Chroma Keyer Basic' for the less perfect lighting conditions as it will deliver better results on those cases. When in doubt try both. A new video tutorial on the BoinxTV web site will describe the setup of the new chroma keyer in detail.
Added Quick Mask options to both chroma key filters to quickly remove unwanted regions of the input signal.
Integrated new iMedia Browser version 2 that features many improvements. See the Karelia product page for full details. A real benefit for BoinxTV is it's incremental loading that yields in better performance and lower memory consumption.
iMedia Browser is now also available in BoinxTV Home.
Google Maps: This new layer offers similar possibilities as the Google Maps website. You can either enter an address, a location or control the position via an iOS device using LibOrientator.
iOS Device Demo 3D: This layer gives you a 3D rendering of iPhone 4 and iPad 2 (both black). The idea is to feed both the screen content and the device orientation via an iOS device. See the LibOrientator web page for detailed explanation of the setup.
iOS Device Demo (formerly named iPhone Demo): This layer has also been extended to allow optional LibOrientator control and updated with the latest Apple device artwork. You would use this layer when you only need two dimensional movement of the device.
Orientator Demo: Use this layer together with a video feed from iPad 2 and the Orientator app running on it. It will give you an idea of what is possible when combining iPad camera video with device orientation. See the LibOrientator web page for details.
Apple Design Award: This is both to commemorate the Apple Design Award we received for BoinxTV in 2009 and to demo an additional ability of iOS device control. Here the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad can be used to control the 3D rotation of a cube in space.
Twitpic: Integrate photos people posted on Twitter using the Twitpic service. Enter a search term and wait for the results to appear.
Presenter: Added a new input to optionally disable the reflection of the sources.
Presenter: Reflection was off when using a screen source.
Tuned the input value ranges of many layers.
The Video Switcher layer would no longer show the active image after saving and reopening a document.
News Show: The remaining time was displayed incorrectly.
Made several menus more consistent and added entries for chroma keying sources as it was a little hard to find.
Layer shortcuts would not work in version 1.7 unless the layer was selected.
Implemented a workaround for some audio devices like the Tascam US-122mkII that would previously not deliver any audio to BoinxTV.
In previous versions, audio recording would drop after 10 hours of recording.
Recording with 24fps no longer produces audio that is out of sync.
Improved the fidelity of audio with looped movies.
Removed the previously grayed out PAL Widescreen option from BoinxTV Home as it is not available there.
Many more improvements and fixes to the underlying frameworks.


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