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Seefile to unveil update at Siggraph

updated 11:45 am EDT, Mon July 31, 2006

Seefile to unveil update

Seefile Software today will unveil a software update that supports video and Web animation file formats in addition to the photo and print formats already supported. Expected to launch at the Siggraph 2006 Conference in Boston (booth #2629), the company said that the update adds video as well as Flash support, numerous new features, and is being offered at a reduced price. "Seefile has already allowed photographers, printers and graphic designers to simply save files to folders on their hard disk for clients to view and comment on. Now the same capabilities are available to web designers, animators, videographers and filmmakers." Seefile 2.5 is priced at $400, or $550 bundled with Mac hardware.

SeeFile and its dealers have announced that they are pre-installing the software on G4- and Intel-based Macs.

Bundles range from $550 for the SeeFile 5-user version pre-installed on a refurbished G4 tower, to $1,150 for the same software pre-installed on the latest dual-core Mac mini with Gigabit Ethernet connectivity.

"Video clips, animations and dailies can be saved directly to a system running SeeFile, then viewed remotely and securely from any PC or Mac running a standard web browser from locations around the world."




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