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IOXperts Webcam Driver 1.2 for Mac OS X -- BETA

Try it for free, buy it for $19.95, ungrade to it for $14.95

This upgrade is FREE for users who purchased version 1.1 after October 26, 2007 (Leopard release date) and for users who purchased the 1.2 beta version for use with a camera not supported by version 1.1

As of 8/15/08, a version 1.2 serial number is required. If you have an old serial number, you will need to purchase an upgrade to continue using 1.2.

If you purchased a serial number with the beta driver on or after Jan 1, 2008, you should already have a 1.2 serial number otherwise, please contact us if you are eligible for a free upgrade.

Please note that beta releases are intended for testing. In order to insure that any bugs that might be introduced during development are caught, beta releases will expire periodically to insure that everyone is running a current release. To be informed of new releases, you will need to join our video-beta-discuss mailing list. Os X

System Requirements

Mac OS X 10.2.8 and newer
A supported camera
USB or FireWire port for supported camera
OS X Native Video Application

Note: The FireWire version of this driver now works on Intel Macs.

What's New in 1.2

  • Support for Intel Macs
  • Support for Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard)
  • Support for new cameras, including Philips SPC900NC and most new Logitech webcams

About the Trial Version

When you first install the driver, your camera will operate for 30 minutes at a time. You can reset the timer by unplugging and reconnecting the camera or by rebooting. The trial driver is fully functional. If you have any problems, please see our FAQ pages.

Note: Unless you have a FireWire or Philips brand camera (which have unique identifiers), your serial number is tied to the computer you register on. So be sure to register the driver on the machine you intend to use.

Installing the Driver

Download the driver from one of the links below, and open the installer that corresponds to your camera. There are logging versions of the drivers in the same directory for those of you who are developing video software or need to troubleshoot a problem.

It is no longer necessary to have your camera connected when you install the driver or to reinstall for each camera you own. However, you may need to identify the type of camera you have before the driver will recognize it. This is because some cameras based cannot be distunguished from each other in software.

If you have one of these cameras, or want to change the name that appears in the QuickTime Video Settings dialog, you will need to run the Camera Identifier application installed in /Applications/IOXperts. The installer will launch it automatically for you, but you can run it again later.

We encourage you to test the driver thoroughly before purchasing it. Try the driver with a supported application to make sure it works. Just click "Later" when the Registration dialog box comes up.

When you're ready to buy, click the "Register" button in the 30 minute reminder dialog, video settings or IOXperts Camera Control. Then click the "Buy" button and you'll be walked through the purchase on eSellerate.

Download links

You'll find the latest version of the beta driver in a directory. You can choose a standard version or one with logging. Look for the filename that begins "IOXWebcamX..."

Need to run on Mac OS 10.1.5?

If you need to run on 10.1.5 you can find the previous version of our drivers here. USB Webcam driver FireWire Webcam driver.

Need a viewer?

We recommend BTV and BTV Pro by Ben Bird, available at www.bensoftware.com.

Problems?

Try our FAQ pages or our Wiki. You can submit a support request by email, but frankly, it will probably take a while to get back to you.

 


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