Aquafadas (http://www.aquafadas.com) has updated iDive, its digital
video catalog for Mac OS X, to version 1.9. The upgrade comes with a
rewritten Capture Module to take advantage of the more modern
This new version comes with the following new features and
improvements: new possibility to drop frames between clips; new
possibility to specify what the camcorder should do after recording;
improved support for the end of tape detection; improved naming of
frames when bulk exporting; improved support for on-the-fly
compression in the capture module; and other enhancements and
iDive 1.9 also fixes a number of issues when sorting sources in the
Sources list and a bug when setting a custom aspect ratio. The movie
now plays with the correct ratio and the exported frames are correct.
Also, this new version of iDive adds support for the Turbo.264
iDive is a central hub for your movies and clips. iDive is the ideal
cataloguing solution for all your video files. The program will
subsequently catalogue any file QuickTime can open. iDive allows you
to keep track of your videos on CDs or DVDs. For the first time also,
iMovie users will find a tool that lets them browse through their
projects and catalog all those clips captured in iMovie.
A single user license for iDive is US$79. It requires Mac OS X
10.4.11 or later and QuickTime 7.5.5 or higher.