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Universal MediaWorks 6.2 released

updated 09:10 pm EDT, Mon September 17, 2007

Universal MediaWorks 6.2

Interactive Solutions has announced a Universal binary version of MediaWorks. In addition to running natively on Intel-based Macs, the new release includes more than 100 minor improvements and bug fixes, including new menu options to export to iPhone and Apple TV. The Mac version of MediaWorks Animator now supports drag and drop of multiple files, free rotation and has a new checkbox to show an outline of the previous frame. The help system has been revised, and there is a new getting started document as well as 15-day Trial versions. The update is free for registered customers of version 6.0 or higher, and is otherwise priced at $80.

MediaWorks offers video, sound, animation and paint/photo editors with a multimedia authoring program. The five integrated applications (Author, Paint/Photo, Sound, Video and Animator) offer importing of analog (AV) or digital (DV) video, buttons, photos, graphics, animations, 3D, narration, MIDI, MP3, CD music, text and titling, and more into projects

The software requires a Power Macintosh with Mac OS X 10.2 or better. A CD or DVD drive is required, 100 MB or more of available hard drive space and 256MB or more of RAM is recommended. An analog to digital video capture product, or DV camcorder connected via IEEE-1394 (FireWire) or USB-2 are optional.

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