BTV Pro Carbon 5.3 for OSX

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BTV Pro Carbon 5.3 for OSX

Post by Info-Mac » January 12th, 2002, 11:00 am


BTV Pro Carbon
Version 5.3
January 7, 2002

Author: Ben Bird
Email: [email protected]
Web site:
Online order page:

BTV Pro Carbon is a version of BTV Pro for Mac OS X. You can also use it
under Mac OS 8.1 or later with CarbonLib installed.


BTV Pro is an application for the Macintosh that allows you to view,
capture and edit video, create stop-motion animations, and also has
advanced capture features such as frame averaging, time lapse and motion
detection. It works with any Macintosh compatible video input source such
as video input cards, TV cards, built-in video, USB, DV, and FireWire
video sources. Note that OSX native driver software is needed for your
device to use it under OSX.

Main features

- Works with any Macintosh compatible video input source
- View video in a window, full-screen, or in a floating window above
other applications
- Play back movies in a window or full-screen
- Capture video to disk as a standard QuickTime movie using custom
compression settings
- Capture frames of video to disk in many different file formats (PICT,
JPEG, TIFF and more)
- Advanced video capture features
- Powerful time lapse capture feature
- Motion detection capture feature
- Stop motion animation features
- Onion skin feature for helping with stop motion animation
- Frame averaging feature to eliminate noise in still image captures
- DV video input/output and DV device control
- Edit movies using simple copy-and-paste and click-and-drag commands
- Floating Frame Position window that shows time code and frame count
- Export movies with custom compression and frame rate settings, and
- AppleScript support
- Folder Viewer feature to view all the image files in a folder
- Includes the macgix LiveCam AppleScript to turn BTV Pro into a Webcam

Minimum System requirements

PowerMac with video input hardware running Mac OS X, or Mac OS 8.1 or
higher with CarbonLib installed. QuickTime 5 required for DV device

Terms and conditions

BTV Pro is Shareware, which means that you can try it out completely free
of charge before you buy. You are entitled to try it out for a trial
period of 15 days, after which time you must register if you wish to
continue to use the software. Before registration all features are
available however a reminder message will pop up every 8 minutes. BTV Pro
costs just US$40.
The easiest way to register is online at:
You can also register by post, email, fax, or phone. For more information
see the file 'How to register' that came in the BTV Pro folder.

By using this software you are bound by the terms of the license
agreement. See the file 'License agreement' that came in the BTV Pro folder
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