SwiftCapture 1.2 Update Brings macOS Mojave Compatibility to Video Capture and Animation Software
Ben Software today announced the release of SwiftCapture 1.2, a major update to the high-performance video capture application for the Mac. SwiftCapture’s powerful features and intuitive user interface allow users to create high-quality video recordings, timelapse captures and stop-motion movies from a variety of video and audio input devices.
SwiftCapture supports any video input device that works on a Mac, including built-in FaceTime and iSight cameras, USB webcams and the popular Blackmagic range of devices for analog, HDMI and SDI input.
The main features of SwiftCapture are as follows:
* Supports any Mac-compatible video input, including Blackmagic devices
* Supports any Mac-compatible audio input
* Records standard MOV and MP4 movie files, which have wide compatibility
* Timelapse and stop-motion capture features
* Hardware-accelerated video encoding
* Easy image capture, including copy-and-paste and drag-and-drop
* Image adjustments: brightness, contrast, saturation and sharpness
* Ability to add a text overly, for example date and time
* Applescript control for automation
New features in this version are as follows:
* Compatible with macOS 10.14 “Mojave”
* More reliable audio capture from Blackmagic devices
* Improved video frame timings from Blackmagic devices
* Automatic video format detection for Blackmagic devices
* Improved audio/video synchronisation
* Efficiency improvements resulting in lower CPU usage
* AppleScript enhancements
* Bug fixes
SwiftCapture costs GBP 29 (approx. USD $38) for a single-user license and GBP 399 (approx. USD $530) for a site license. A 30-day fully-functional trial version of SwiftCapture is available for download.