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Revolution Media creates media projects

updated 08:20 am EDT, Mon April 10, 2006

Revolution Media released

Runtime Revolution has released Revolution Media, which lets digital production designers, artists and interactive media specialists create rich media projects, then deploy them on Mac OS X and Windows -- from within the same project. The software offers easy visual creation of media projects and utilities using drag & drop tools for buttons, windows, information boxes, lists, players and more. Projects and utilities can be played back against a customizable backdrop - using the company's cross-platform Revolution Player. In addition, Revolution Media supports Revolution scripting, an "English-like" scripting language, which the company claims is easier than Javascript or Flash ActionScript, but "features all the modern language features that any developer would expect." It is available for $50.

The software supports animated, interactive blending and transparency, with over 20 new blend modes and also supports windows of any shape and effects on windows/dialogs, including alpha masks.

Revolution Media also offers anti-aliased vector support, advanced QuickTime interactivity for playback of video, audio and more, text-to-speech functionality, video/audio capture, printing, and internet-based based functions.




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