TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse has updated ScreenSequence to 1.0.3 and ScreenEdit to 1.0.6 for both Mac and Windows. Both freeware applications allow users to create simple slideshow movies. With these updates, ScreenSequence and ScreenEdit both have a new property shown as the number of frames, which determines the speed of transition.
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Apple, Inc. has released a new update for its operating system. According to the company, the Mac OS X 10.5.7 Update includes ‘fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac.’ The company says this patch also includes the latest security update, which was also released in May 12th.
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TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse has updated its video editing freeware title for Mac and Windows to 1.0.5. MacHouse released the initial version of ScreenEdit almost three days ago. ScreenEdit allows users to edit QuickTime movies by cutting, copying, pasting and trimming frames. A unique feature of ScreenEdit is Split, which allows users to split a single QuickTime movie into up to 19 pieces with equal length plus one file with the remaining length. Continue reading
A new freeware application that we are currently working on is called ScreenEdit. ScreenEdit is no match to Apple’s QuickTime Pro. Nonetheless, this application allows users to re-compress movies without the Pro upgrade. It allows users to cut, copy and paste frames to edit movies. Another feature that ScreenEdit supports is Split, with which you can split a movie file into up to 19 smaller ones in equal length.
ScreenEdit will be available soon.