February 15, 2011 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Willowbrook, Illinois - The National Software Laboratory today is pleased to announce ArraySync, an innovative new tool for synchronizing QuickTime playback on multiple displays attached to one computer, or across a local area network, is now available on the Mac App Store. ArraySync is perfect for designers of events, trade shows, exhibitions and conferences.
In addition, NaSoLab is introducing multiple licensing packages for businesses or organizations who require large-scale ArraySync deployment. There are now four licenses offered: Personal License, Site License, Unlimited License, and Academic License. These new licenses allow greater flexibility and economy for organizations seeking large-scale ArraySync deployment. All existing customers have been converted to the Personal License, and may request an discounted upgrade to a higher license by contacting The National Software Laboratory online.
ArraySync makes it easy to build a multi-screen video presentation. Whether you have Macs, PCs or both, ArraySync plays nice with all your hardware. Use a Mac server to control PC clients, or a PC server to control Mac clients, or mix and match Macs and PCs in any combination you can imagine. ArraySync's underlying protocol is platform independent.
Unlike dedicated hardware solutions, ArraySync is completely scalable, and can run entirely on hardware you already own. Synchronize two displays or a hundred! ArraySync's performance is limited only by the capabilities of your computers and your network.
Mirror one video across your network, or combine displays to build a video wall and span one video across it. Use our companion utility ArrayShaker to break up your media into multiple segments and distribute them to ArraySync Clients powering your displays. Mac users also have the option to span videos directly without preprocessing with ArrayShaker.
Because ArraySync is completely software-based, the configuration possibilities are endless. Rather than relying on infleixble hardware-based systems, you're free to design the ultimate display setup using varying sizes and placements of screens. Enjoy the flexibility to express your ideas through unique custom displays unhindered by dedicated hardware.
To compliment ArraySync, The National Software Laboratory is also announcing ArrayShaker, a utility for split QuickTime videos into segments. ArrayShaker is perfect for optimizing the performance of your ArraySync projects. Select a QuickTime video to process, configure the number of rows and columns you desire, and press export. Distribute the resulting video segments to your ArraySync clients and go!
Minimum System Requirements:
ArraySync and ArraySync Client require a Mac running Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) or later, or a PC running Microsoft Windows XP SP3 or later. ArraySync for Mac is a Universal Binary and will run on a PowerPC G4 or higher, or any Intel Mac.
Pricing and Availability:
ArraySync Personal Licenses are available from the Mac App Store, or directly through NaSoLab's website. Priced at $29.99, they allow for installation and activation on one computer.
ArraySync Site Licenses can only be purchased directly through NaSoLab's website, allow installation on up to 10 computers. ArraySync Site License is priced at $199.99 - $100 less than buying ten personal licenses individually.
Unlimited and Academic License allow installation on an unlimited number of computers, and are priced at $499.99 and $199.99 respectively. Academic institutions such as museums and universities can apply for an Academic License.
As before, ArraySync Client is a free download from both the Mac App Store and directly from NaSoLab's website. It requires no serial activation of any kind and can be installed on unlimited number of computers.
The National Software Laboratory Inc. is a Chicagoland developer of Mac OS X, Windows and iOS software founded in 2009. Products include ArraySync, ArrayShaker, Tilen, iForum and the Info-Mac online mac user community. Copyright (C) 2011 The National Software Laboratory Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, QuickTime and Macintish are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.