VeZeen
VeZeen 2.2.2
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Record iSight file clips (was iRecordNow).   Shareware ($14.95)
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iVeZeen can record film clips in DV format to be edited in iMovie or Final Cut Express.

Just click on the record button, and iRecordNow will immediately begin to record the iSight video signal to a movie file in your home directory.

When you stop the recording, this clip will be immediately available for you to import into iMovie or Final Cut Express. Clicking Record again will create a new clip.
What's New
Version 2.2.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later, QuickTime 6.4 or later Mac OS X 10.4 and QuickTime 7 strongly required.



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Espey commented on 19 Apr 2010
WARNING: Does NOT work for Snow Leopard.
[Version 2.2.2]


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St00pid-M0nk3y commented on 29 Jun 2006
Wow...ignore the typos and odd word placements. I really need to proofread more often. =)
[Version 2.1]


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St00pid-M0nk3y reviewed on 29 Jun 2006
It's simply. You record and it ... *gasp* ... records! Then it puts a the recorded movie file in your Movies folder [or wherever you decide] Pretty simple. =] Seriously though, it's a great little app to use with iSight. It records faster and smoother video than iMovie does because my computer is a bit slow, so now I can use it to record just fine. Nice little app. =]
[Version 2.1]


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dchammer commented on 06 Apr 2006
I have a MacBook Pro and this is a fun application for use with the built in iSight. I really have fun with the motion detector that will start filming after a set length of prolonged movement and stops after the motion does so too.
[Version 2.1]


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jchryss commented on 01 Feb 2005
This program is not really necessary if you have iMovie5.
[Version 2.0]


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Mac-Devil commented on 23 Apr 2004
Sorry Boinx...!!!
The Upgrade is still free and it's great...!!!!
[Version 2.0]


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Dbesade84 reviewed on 23 Apr 2004
Today I got my Apple iSight (www.apple.com/isight) and was looking for a way to create video clips using the iSight for use within iMovie. I found this little application while searching through MacUpdate's rather large database of applications.

I would like to first talk about the way licensing is set up. The idea that you must first get a "demo" key is rather annoying when I just want to try the application without having to spawn my web browser and then email client. A simple "try for xx days" button would be suffecient for the purpose of giving people a free trial. Another thing that is rather confusing is that the company allows an unlimited amount of 1 day demo licenses, what is the point to registering your application if I can just get it for free? Those are probably the only gripes I have about this wonderful Application.

The features of this program are very advanced for something of the price and for being in the shareware market. The fact that I can adjust my Brightness, contrast, and select what kind of compression I want to use for the final product, is literally amazing and worth the price.

Setting up the program is simple (minus the License Part), just plug in your iSight and go. One click starts the recording and another click stops it. One thing to be aware of is that during compression slower machines may lag during this process as it is rather processor intensive. As with any DV application, be sure you are aware of the free space you have on your hard disk as raw DV files can take up quite a bit of room.

If you are looking for a simple to use, to the point application to get clips off your iSight or other Video Camera, then this is the App to do it. Also note that iMovie 4 has the ability to use the iSight as a Video input device.
[Version 2.0]


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Mac-Devil commented on 22 Apr 2004
No way!!!
I bought iRecordNow 1.1 two months ago...!
And now the licence does not work for this new version iVeZeen...
I'm angry Boinx.... :-(
[Version 2.0]

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Boinx Software (developer) replied on 22 Apr 2004
Hey Mac-Devil!

As a licensed user of iRecordNow you should have been sent a license key for iVeZeen 2.0 about a week ago. Please write to sales@boinx.com if that has not happened.

To clarify: Boinx iVeZeen 2.0 is a "big" upgrade from iRecordNow with major new features. Nevertheless we decided to make it a free upgrade.

Greetings,

Florian Albrecht
Boinx Software.
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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Dec 2003
I have tried both GCam and iRecordNow and other than iRecordNow being a much nicer GUI GCam does the same thing and it already had the focusing feature built-in. GCam is free.
[Version 1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Dec 2003
Absolutely one of the most beautiful GUI's. However, if you want to do the same thing for free simply download GCam by MacMice Workspace Products.
[Version 1.0.1]


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Downloads:16,510
Version Downloads:3,529
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Shareware
Date:08 Mar 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $14.95
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iVeZeen can record film clips in DV format to be edited in iMovie or Final Cut Express.

Just click on the record button, and iRecordNow will immediately begin to record the iSight video signal to a movie file in your home directory.

When you stop the recording, this clip will be immediately available for you to import into iMovie or Final Cut Express. Clicking Record again will create a new clip.


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