MildMannered Industries updates Baseline and Iris for Leopard

November 22, 2007 in Software (E)


MildMannered Industries today announced the release of Leopard compatible versions of Iris, the multi-function iSight application, and Baseline, the fastest disk scanning tool for OS X.

Iris is a multi-function iSight application, that allows users to take snapshots, make movies, record timelapse movies, use their iSight for motion detection, with email alerting, or to use their iSight as a webcam. Iris also features a gallery, from which users can send their movies or snapshots by email, post their snapshots to Flickr, or export their movies to their their iPod, AppleTV, or iPhone.

Baseline is a super-fast disk scanning tool, which can compare scans to previously saved baselines, allowing users to see what's changed on their disk, and by how much, as well as how much space each file or folder currently occupies.

These updates (to Iris 1.0.3 and Baseline 1.0.1) enhance Leopard compatibility, and feature new 512 pixel icons, for improved appearance when viewing with CoverFlow.

The updates are free for registered users, and recommended for all users, on both Tiger and Leopard. Iris single-user licenses are $30, while Baseline licenses are available at the introductory price of $10 until the end of November.

MildMannered Industries Limited, is an independent software vendor and consulting firm founded in 2005, and based in London, England.


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