- ZEN's NDI-related apps including NDI Relay, NoAudio Meter and Magewell NDIZender (NDI encoder)
- ZEN's ShowStarter remote control app for vMix
- ZEN's free Speed Razor effects plug-ins & VU Meter Scale
- ZEN's free Lightwave 3D preview plug-ins for DPS PVR and Reality
- Audio sample of 1KHz Tone at -18dBfs (EBU reference level)
- ZEN's Amiga software (VTClock, Eurotitler, Smooth Talker demos)
- Demo of Smooth Talker for PC (Win95/98/NT)
- Effects include DeFlicker, Flip, ColourShift, Quantize, QuickMove, QuickScale & TimeBlur Download (220KB)
- For those who already have the previous collection, the TimeBlur effect Download (93KB) Note that although TimeBlur was written according to the Razor v4 spec, it does not work with Speed Razor v5.x. Strangely, the other effects which were written for the earlier Razor v3.5 still work OK under v5.x. InSync have never explained what they changed in v5, so we've been unable to fix TimeBlur.
- Alternative EBU-friendly VU meter scale, with PPM-style linearity and 0dB mark set to -18dBfs Download (2KB)
- Lightwave 3D plug-in to preview renders to the PVR's video output buffer (for LW v4.0/5.0/5.6/6.0) Download (9KB)
- Lightwave 3D plug-in to preview to the Reality/Velocity, using both video outputs (for LW v4.0/5.0/5.6/6.0) Download (42KB)
- This is a stereo WAV file of 1KHz tone at 44.1KHz sample rate Download (12KB)
- Smooth Talker Demo (prompting) Download (45KB)
- VTClock (VT Indent/Countdown clock) Download (29KB)
- Transfer these archive files to your Amiga (using CrossDOS), and then extract using LHA.
- This is a work-in-progress demo of Smooth Talker for Windows Download (54KB)
Our various downloads have been made freely available for the last 8 years or more, partly because it was too difficult to implement a simple method to collect small amounts of money. However, whilst we don't want to change things too much, we would ask that if you find the software useful (and particularly if it's used for commercial production) you consider making a donation to the author.
Alternatively, we merely ask that you register at least your full name, address & email (because we'd like to have an idea of who's using our software, and where!) Fields in red are required. Think of it as sending a postcard from your home town - it's always interesting for us to see just how widespread the video/graphics community is. Is that too much to ask?
|Due to the levels of spam that were arriving via the Registration Form, and the low numbers of genuine download requests, we now request that you send an email (address is top right of page) and we will send you a link to the download you require.|