Team Mixing Light has been huge fans of Divergent Media’s Scopebox product for a long time. Scopebox provides professional-level scopes, that are flexible, and powerful, in a package that is really affordable for Mac users ($99).
In this article, I’ll highlight some great Scopebox features, but also show you some new functionality in Scopebox called Scopelink that allows you to use a single system, instead of dedicated scope setup to have high-quality real-time scopes.
Scopelink allows you to integrate Scopebox with Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Prelude giving you full-featured scopes within these software applications. It’s really cool.
UPDATE: ScopeLink on Final Cut Pro
Since this original recording, ScopeLink now supports Final Cut Pro 10 on a single machine. The Premiere Pro functionality seen here is now also available for Final Cut Pro 10 editors.