Software Company Adding Mac Support, Looking For Beta Testers

Ulead Systems, makers of several image oriented Windows applications, is looking to bring their product line to the Macintosh platform. Ulead has brought PhotoImpact, MediaStudio Pro, and Cool 3D to the Windows platform, and is working on their first Mac product, Ulead Photo Explorer. According to Ulead Systems:

We are pleased to invite you to join in a beta test for Ulead Systemsi newest digital media management solution, Ulead Photo Explorer for the Mac 1.0. Your participation guarantees you a FREE release version of the software and also the chance to WIN a Palm organizer.

Ulead Photo Explorer is the complete digital media organizer. It combines easy-to-use tools for acquiring, viewing, organizing, adjusting and sharing digital images, audio clips, and video files. Its simple but powerful user interface makes multimedia management an easy and fun experience.

We are in search of testers with the following equipment:

  • Macintosh OS 8.5 or later
  • QuickTime 3 or later
  • Power Macintosh, PowerBook series or iMac/iBook series
  • 8 MB of free RAM
  • 10 MB of available hard disk space
  • Digital camera or scanner

You can find more information, and register to be a beta tester and how to be eligible to win a Palm handheld, at the ULead web site.

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