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Briefly: Deframe video tool, Hyperbolic's Quick Print updated

updated 03:16 pm EDT, Wed April 9, 2014

Deframe version 1.5.1 released, features new video tools

Developer Einstein's Legacy has announced the release of its updated video tool software, Deframe. Allowing users the ability to extract high-quality still images and video clips from their footage, Deframe v 1.5.1 includes a redesigned user interface, new slide show creation, and the ability to share images via email or social media platforms. Deframe operations have been consolidated into a single window, providing a simplified interface for manipulating movies and extractions. Its slide show feature displays in a full screen mode, and can be navigated manually, or as a timed slide show. Available for $20 through the Mac App Store, Deframe requires OS X 10.8.5 or higher.



QuickPrint utility update fixes bugs

Hyperbolic Software has released a general improvement update for its utility app, QuickPrint. The program prints selected documents without requiring the file's native application to be open, and also prints from the Clipboard. When a non-supported file type is selected, QuickPrint shows its preview image, which can then be printed directly. The bug fixes in the latest update are free to download for existing users, with the full application priced at $10.




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