MovieWorks Deluxe Coming To Mac OS X
MWNY - MovieWorks Deluxe Coming To Mac OS X
by , 2:00 PM EDT, July 18th, 2001
Interactive Solutions has announced that their video editing application, MovieWorks, will be coming to Mac OS X. MovieWorks Deluxe 5.1 for Mac OS X will be on display during this week's MACWORLD Expo. MovieWorks provides users with a wide range of tools for creating, editing, and delivering digital video content. According to Interactive Solutions:
Interactive Solutions, Inc. today announced that it is previewing MovieWorks Deluxe 5.1 for OS X at Macworld Expo in booth #2052, at the Jacob K. Javits Center July 18th - 20th.
Far more than a video editor, the MovieWorks Deluxe suite is the first and only multimedia "works" product. It incorporates simple-to-use video, sound, animation, paint, and image editing tools, enhanced by a powerful time-based, object-oriented sequencing and authoring program. The five production applications work together seamlessly, through an intuitive user interface. Users can easily incorporate analog (AV) or digital (DV) video, photos, graphics, animations, 3D, narration, MIDI, MP3, CD music, text and titling, and even Virtual Reality (VR) movies into engaging, professional-quality home or business multimedia productions.
MovieWorks Deluxe for OS X is scheduled to ship in August for US$149. You can find more information at the MovieWorks Web site, or visit them at MACWORLD booth 2052.
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