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Apps: StoryMill, ProfCast, Freeway

updated 12:40 pm EST, Fri November 21, 2008

Big Mean Folder, EasyBatch

  • StoryMill 3.2 ($45) provides a series of tools that help writers manage the creative process from the beginning of a story to its end. Users can track, tag and filter characters, scenes, locations and research. StoryMill also offers options for managing information including Smart Views, which allow writers to organize ideas in a project according to selected criteria. StoryMill 3.2 introduces a Project Find and Replace feature, word frequency filtering, text zooming available everywhere, and support for international date formats. [Download - 15.6MB]

  • ProfCast 2.3 Beta ($60) is a tool for recording lectures and creating enhanced podcasts. Users can make audio recordings and then include either PowerPoint and/or Keynote slides to enhance the presentation. ProfCast sports live presentation recording, synchronization of slides with audio, Keynote and PowerPoint support, RSS generation and publishing support. The update has added support for Office 2008 as well as fixed several bugs including the display of Podcast Manager, a crash when presenting a single slide and a crash when exporting .Mov files to Podcast Manager. [Download - 17.4MB]

  • Freeway 5.3 ($250) is a tool for creating website layouts without the need to write large amounts of code. The update offers a new option for displaying Flash Video (FLV) content on the iPhone by placing both FLV and iPhone-friendly QuickTime formats of the movie on the page, and serving the appropriate one for the viewer's device. [Download - 44MB]

  • The Big Mean Folder Machine 1.6 ($15) is a tool for users who works with large file collections, including digital photographers, content creation, post-production, system administrators, and other creative professionals. It allows users to merge files and folders from several locations into one folder. It also gives users options of how to sort the files such as "100 files per folder", "1GB per folder", "one folder per first letter in the file name" etc. Version 1.6 has added support for droplet mini-applications that store frequently used settings and can re-apply them. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • EasyBatch 1.0 ($18) is a set of tools for processing large folders of images within one interface. Users can scale images by DPI-resizing, by pixels or by inches, images can be rotated, watermarks can be added and files can be converted. Users can also rename the files and through all of this these modifications EXIF data will be preserved. [Download - 0.6MB]

    by MacNN Staff

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    1. Guest

      Joined: Dec 1969


      useless editors

      you couldn't even put a link to the storymill site in the article! I can download it from the article but I cannot actually go read the product page. Sad

    1. ggirton

      Joined: Dec 1969


      its a story editor

      if you download it you can read about it.
      happy ending after all!
      end of story

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