Trinfinity Software has released an update for Seagull Video Player, bringing it to version 2.1. Seagull Video Player is a full screen, customizable video player utility, designed for the creation and execution of video playlists. The update features performance enhancements including rewind key command support and a floating control window addition. According to Trinfinity 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 includes a number of exciting new features. Seagull Video Player now has a Floating Control window that displays the title of the current video and enables the user to play, stop, pause, step back, step forward, and go to the next or previous video without having to use command key combinations. This window can be hidden so that it does not obstruct the view of the video.
Also new to this version is the capability to rewind or fast forward the current video via command keys. There is now a Window menu that allows the user to see all of the open windows and select one to bring to the front. The Playlist window now has customizable alternating colors in itis listboxes which make it easier to read long playlists. If the Playlist window is kept open while playing, a small arrow marks the currently playing video.
You can find more information about the Seagull Video Player update at the Trinfinity Software Web site. The Seagull Video Player 2.1 update is free for registered users of 2.x while the full version is available for US$19.95.