ScopeBox integrates directly with a wide range of apps using ScopeLink. With ScopeLink, there's no need for additional hardware.
ScopeLink is currently supported in these host applications:
- Final Cut Pro
- Premiere Pro
- After Effects
- DaVinci Resolve
- Pomfort LiveGrade Pro
- Pomfort SilverStack
- Assimilate Scratch
In addition, ScopeLink can work with other applications that support OFX or CoreMedia-based output. If you're a software developer and you're interested in integrating ScopeLink into your application, let us know: [email protected]
ScopeLink works with any hardware input that ships with a Mac driver. This includes PCI, Thunderbolt, and USB 3/4 input devices from all of the major vendors (e.g. Blackmagic Design, AJA) as well as "Universal Video Class" (UVC) devices (e.g. Epiphan, AJA).
While some Macs have built-in HDMI ports, those ports are output-only. You can't use them to input a signal into your Mac.
ScopeBox requires a Mac running macOS 10.13 High Sierra or newer with Metal support. A list of supported hardware is available here:
Running many scopes, or working with 4K signals, can be CPU- and GPU-intensive. Not all computers can run the same combination of scopes. If you're looking at a new computer, favor more CPU cores and a high-performance GPU. ScopeBox is not particularly memory-intensive.
ScopeBox 4 does not support the recording of incoming signals. However, it does allow you to grab stills of your signal.