CaptureSync is a multi-camera capture application for Mac OS X. It takes video and audio streams and records them to a single file, containing all streams synchronised together.
CaptureSync is perfect for recording events from multiple camera angles simultaneously: interviews, scientific experiments, psychological research, musical performances, sporting events, market research, lectures and presentations. It is easy to set up and operate, with a simple start/stop interface for creating recordings.
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CaptureSync produces standard QuickTime Movie files, which are widely supported and perfect for analysis or archiving.
A wide variety of input sources are supported, including virtually all network video devices on the market.
Captures from multiple cameras simultaneously
CaptureSync can capture video and audio from multiple devices at the same time: up to 16 video and audio streams, depending on the processing power of your Mac. Wide compatibility with different video and audio devices
Many different types of video and audio devices are supported, including analogue, network, HDMI, SDI, USB, FireWire and Thunderbolt, as well as built-in FaceTime/iSight cameras in Mac computers and monitors. In addition,
CaptureSync supports ONVIF, which is an open industry standard for IP-based video products, making it easy to set up any compliant device. Screen capture
Also built into the software is screen capture; any monitor attached to your Mac can be recorded, just like any other video stream.
Powerful real-time compression
For devices that deliver uncompressed data (for example USB cameras, screen captures and your Mac's built-in audio inputs),
CaptureSync will encode this data using formats such as MPEG-4 and AAC, for optimum quality and efficient captured file sizes. Records from cameras and screens of other Macs
With its companion app
RemoteSight, CaptureSync can record from the camera, microphone or screen of any other Mac on your network. AppleScript support
Simple AppleScript commands to start and stop recording are supported, making it easy to automate your workflow.
Produces standard QuickTime Movie files
The QuickTime Movie file format has always been the standard container for video and audio data on the Mac, and therefore has wide software support. QuickTime is also available on Microsoft Windows PCs for playback of
CaptureSync's captured files. No post-processing
All compression and other processing required to produce the captured Movie file is done on-the-fly during capture, so the Movie file is ready for playback immediately.
CaptureSync is compatible with Macs running OS X 10.7 - 10.13.
online calculator to find out what computer system is required for a particular camera setup. Terms & Conditions
You can try out CaptureSync free of charge for 30 days, after which time you must purchase the software if you wish to continue to use it. All features are available in demo mode, however captured footage includes a demo message that cannot be removed.
We guarantee free updates for a period of 6 months after purchase.
In the unlikely event that you are not entirely happy with CaptureSync within 30 days after purchase, we will provide a full refund.
There are two licenses of CaptureSync available: a single-user license and a site license. The single-user license covers a single copy of CaptureSync running on a single computer; the site license covers an unlimited number of computers at any one site belonging to your institution.