ScopeBox replaces a cart full of tools: Preview Monitor, Waveform, Vectorscope, Audio Meters, Direct Disk Recorder and goes even further, adding Luminance Histogram, RGB Histograms, and RGB Parade. Now whether you're building a new color correction suite, or looking for a way to ensure you get the shot in the field, ScopeBox offers you all the tools you need on your Mac.
ScopeLink allows you to feed video directly from many popular applications directly to ScopeBox. Whether you're working in editing and compositing applications like Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, or After Effects; DIT tools like Prelude, Silverstack, or LiveGrade; or color grading software like SpeedGrade; you can use the same professional scopes.
Turn your older Mac Mini into a dedicated scope system, or take your scopes on the go with a Macbook, Macbook Air, or Macbook Pro. By leveraging the Mac you've already got, you can have scopes in any environment.
Scopes can be used far more accurately when they work in the same format as the rest of your production pipeline. Whether you're in YCbCr or RGB, 8 bit or 10bit, 4:2:2 or 4:4:4, ScopeBox will display your image perfectly.
When combined with an inexpensive Thunderbolt capture device, ScopeBox turns your Mac laptop into the ultimate portable quality analysis solution.
ScopeBox doesn't limit the frame size you can monitor. From SD to 4K, if you can feed the signal into your Mac, ScopeBox will monitor it.
With the ability to save layouts and source settings, you can easily create a "turnkey" scope station, which launches directly into your preferred configuration.
Updated on Aug 24 2021