More support for MacOS.
Bluefish444, manufacturer of uncompressed 4K/2K/HD/SD SDI video I/O cards, has immediate availability of the 10.2.2 Bluefish444 installer for macOS 10.12 Sierra, and the Bluefish444 Epoch range of video cards.
The announced Bluefish444 installer supporting macOS 10.12 Sierra is backwards compatible to earlier OS X 10.11 & OS X 10.10 versions, includes some important stability improvements, feature enhancements and supports the following applications: Adobe Creative Cloud 2015, 2017; Assimilate SCRATCH 8; Avid Media Composer 6, 6.5, 7, 8, 8.5; Avid Symphony 6, 6.5, 7; Avid Newscutter 10, 10.5, 11.
“Bluefish444 have been a pioneer in 4K workflows first producing 4K 60p SDI I/O in 2011,” says the firm. “MacOS users of Adobe Creative Cloud, Avid Media Composer and Assimilate SCRATCH now all have the option of upgrading their Bluefish44-based SDI workflow to 4K 60p for use with the latest operating systems from Apple.”
The Sierra macOS driver is available for free download from the Bluefish444 website. Epoch video cards are available from USD$1,695.
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