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Navicast adds Windows Media support

updated 11:20 am EDT, Fri October 27, 2006

Navicast 3.3 released

Barsark today released Navicast 3.3, an update to the internet video and Web-TV system for Mac users. The revision adds Windows Media support, allowing users to automatically compress, publish, distribute, and present movies in QuickTime, MPEG-4, 3gp, and Windows Media formats. The software is usable for Web-TV services, mobile phone video services, in-shop TV solutions, and podcast/vodcast services. Navicast 3.3 adds pay-per-view and subscription functionality for both Web and mobile phones, as well as categorization functionality within channels. The new feature allows users to easily organize Movies within a channel into categories, according to Barsark. The update also offers an improved user interface, and fixes numerous bugs alongside some interface quirks (pricing available by quote only, system requirements were unavailable).

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