Trifinity Software has released a maintenance update for Seagull Video Player, bringing it to version 2.1.2. Seagull Video Player is a video utility designed for creating and executing playlists on a users desktop. The update fixes numerous bug issues. According to Trifinity Software:
Trinfinity Software released today an update to their very popular Seagull Video Player, the innovative Macintosh application for easily creating video playlists and playing them full screen on your computer.
This update fixes a bug that caused blank entries to appear in the playlist due to carriage returns in some video information and one that prevented the user from changing the name of large playlists.
Additionally, this update fixes a bug that caused Seagull Video Player to force the user to quit when an error occurred while loading the video information. Seagull Video Player no longer forces the user to quit in this situation, it just continues without the information.
This update reduces the frequency that "flash back" occurs. "Flash back" is when the first frame of the current movie is displayed at the end of the movie.
The View menu items are now accessible from the Playlist window.
This update also fixes a number of Windows specific bugs including a bug that prevented the cursor from being visible on floating windows and a bug that forced the user to re-enter their serial number every time they launched Seagull Video Player.
You can find more information about the Seagull Video Player update at the Trifinity Software Web site. The update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$20.00.