PulpMotion Gains iPhone Export, Other Features

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Date: Thursday, July 26th, 2007, 15:29
Category: Software

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On Thursday, software company aquafadas released version 1.2.5 of PulpMotion, its slideshow and presentation suite for Mac OS X.
The new version, an 89 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:
-Improved the quality of images in exported videos by reducing the flickering due to the high resolution of some images.
-Improved the way the MediaManager loads its assets.
-Added the ability to have multiple iTunes libraries in the media manager.
-Added the ability to export video for the iPhone.
-Added several presets in Custom Quicktime export.
-Extended compatibility with Final Cut.
-New ability to access individual sample images from videos stored in iDive. A number indicates the presence of sample images, and a double click on such a media brings the list of all accessible images.
-Added a new startup check that will prevent incompatible themes from being loaded.
-Updated French, Danish, Italian and Japanese localization.
-Fixed a problem in the MediaManager that would prevent photos from loading.
-Added support for aliases in the iPhoto library. The Media Manager will now properly browse iPhoto libraries whose content has not been consolisated under the iPhoto .
-Fixed a problem where exported videos would not import in Final Cut Pro because of a wrong timebase.
-Improved image quality in a number of themes. Reduced flickering of moving objects.
-Suppressed some pixellated sprites.
-Fixed a problem where images with rotation metadata would display properly in preview but export with the wrong rotation angle.
-Fixed a full screen problem with the News themes.
-Fixed various theme settings.
PulpMotion requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run and retails for US$45.
If you’ve tried the new version and have either positive or negative feedback, let s know in the forums.


pulpmotion.jpg
On Thursday, software company aquafadas released version 1.2.5 of PulpMotion, its slideshow and presentation suite for Mac OS X.
The new version, an 89 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:
-Improved the quality of images in exported videos by reducing the flickering due to the high resolution of some images.
-Improved the way the MediaManager loads its assets.
-Added the ability to have multiple iTunes libraries in the media manager.
-Added the ability to export video for the iPhone.
-Added several presets in Custom Quicktime export.
-Extended compatibility with Final Cut.
-New ability to access individual sample images from videos stored in iDive. A number indicates the presence of sample images, and a double click on such a media brings the list of all accessible images.
-Added a new startup check that will prevent incompatible themes from being loaded.
-Updated French, Danish, Italian and Japanese localization.
-Fixed a problem in the MediaManager that would prevent photos from loading.
-Added support for aliases in the iPhoto library. The Media Manager will now properly browse iPhoto libraries whose content has not been consolisated under the iPhoto .
-Fixed a problem where exported videos would not import in Final Cut Pro because of a wrong timebase.
-Improved image quality in a number of themes. Reduced flickering of moving objects.
-Suppressed some pixellated sprites.
-Fixed a problem where images with rotation metadata would display properly in preview but export with the wrong rotation angle.
-Fixed a full screen problem with the News themes.
-Fixed various theme settings.
PulpMotion requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run and retails for US$45.
If you’ve tried the new version and have either positive or negative feedback, let s know in the forums.

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