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FrameVault manages, organizes digital video assets

updated 12:20 pm EDT, Thu July 28, 2005

FrameVault for Mac OS X

einstein's legacy has released , a prosumer solution for organizing, managing, delivering, and distributing digital video assets on Mac OS X. FrameVault has an intuitive, single-window interface which allows users to organize their QuickTime-compatible movie clips into playlists and libraries, customize their movie playback experience (including multiple-monitor fullscreen), create and deliver chapter-based movies, transfer video to external devices - such as DVD recorders and video camcorders, and manage archives of clips for on-line/off-line storage. FrameVault may be purchased for $75; a 10-day demo is available. It requires Mac OS X v10.3 and QuickTime v6.5 or later.




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