December 15, 2010 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Milano, Italy - Apimac, one of the top award-winning software house for Mac, today is pleased to announce a new release of Slideshow for Mac OS X, the easy way to create slideshows that can be distributed as movie files or freestanding royalty-free presentation.
Apimac Slideshow is a slideshow and presentation tool for multimedia files, movies, sounds and images that allows you to quickly and easily create slideshow presentations and portfolios that can be distributed as freestanding programs for Mac and Windows or as movie files optimized for YouTube, CD-ROMs, the Web, iTunes, iPod, iOS (iPad, iPhone and iPhone 4) mobile devices and computers.
New on this release are: Updated and revised QuickTime exportation formats to support also iPad and iPhone 4, Improved compatibility with OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Apple Remote Support updated to work with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and the new Aluminium Remote, User interface improvements, Addressed all know bugs, Various code optimizations.
Minimum requirements for Mac freestanding slideshows:
* Mac OS X 10.4
* 512MB RAM (1GB recommended)
Minimum requirements for Windows freestanding slideshows:
* Windows XP Service Pack 2
* 1Ghz Processor
* A monitor supporting a resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels with 32-bit color depth
* 1GB RAM
* For files other than JPEG, GIF, BMP images and MP3, WAV e MIDI audio files, QuickTime is required
Apimac Slideshow lets you personalize a presentation, adapting it to the most varied needs. You can create presentations and slideshows that can be manually or automatically controlled and personalize the presentation with colored backgrounds, use multiple soundtracks and show images and movies along with their names and custom text.
Apimac is a company founded in 1996 dedicated to Mac OS X and iPhone only software. People at Apimac aim to put into users hands applications which they can use in a way they do things every day. Right after opening their programs, users can immediately focus on their task, not even noticing that they're using an entirely new program. Copyright 1996-2009 Apimac. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.