updated 08:50 am EDT, Thu April 10, 2003
- The Open Media Toolkit is a C++ framework for Mac OS X and Windows destined to the development of real time 2D/3D multimedia applications. OMT includes classes for 2D/3D rendering and animation (through DirectX, OpenGL or its own software renderer), sound, files, database, windowing, user-interface, media importer (3D and 2D), input control, etc. [24MB]
- Spiny Software's Comictastic 2.0 is designed to find and view your favorite comic-strips. It supports 20 strips out-of-the-box, disk caching,, the ability to save comics in JPEG, TIFF and PNG formats, a built-in help system, zoom functions, and export/import of custom comic definitions. Version 2.0 includes a calendar to view previously released comics, a new multithreaded download engine, and other improvements. The $15 shareware runs on Mac OS X 10.2. [492KB]
- Braddock Street Software has released Install Factory 3.14, a complete anti-piracy toolkit for Windows and Macintosh software developers. Install Factory prevents users from distributing unauthorized copies of your installer and prevents users from distributing copies of your installed software. The software integrates with Visual C++, CodeWarrior, FileMaker and REALbasic as well as Visual Basic, 4th Dimension and Macromedia Director. Pricing starts at $180.
- iSpectrum 0.2 is an easy to use audio spectrum analyzer that allows the user to view live audio in a standard frequency plot, a stereo oscilloscope view and a waterfall display. The user can adjust the display resolution, center frequency and save images to disk. It features a new oscilloscope view, six user-selectable bandwidth resolutions, choice of FFT window functions, and other custom user settings. A time-limited demo of the $30 application is available online. [807KB]