Echo Fire displays the current After Effects composition or Photoshop document on your NTSC or PAL video monitor, letting you see how your art really looks. By using the FireWire interface built into your Macintosh G3 or G4, or an add-on FireWire card, Echo Fire connects your computer to your video monitor via a camcorder or FireWire converter box, giving you an inexpensive video interface that doesn't need another PCI slot. In addition to FireWire connections, Echo Fire also supports a wide variety of other output solutions, including Digital Voodoo, Pinnacle Systems CineWave and Targa 1000/2000, Aurora Igniter and Fuse, and Media 100.
What's new in version 2.1.4
ReleaseAugust 25, 2008
Date AddedAugust 20, 2003
Operating SystemsMacintosh, Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X 10.2