Lithuanian software developer iPresentee announced Wednesday the release of Keynote 3D Stuff 2.0, the company's package of 3D images for use with Apple's Keynote, iWeb and Pages application. The new version includes 115 3D objects as well as combines 70 images from Keynote 3D Stuff 1.0 with 45 new objects created for the new version.
Each 3D image is optimized for 1024x768 pixels in size presentations and for Pages documents or iWeb templates of any size. The background of all Keynote 3D Stuff objects is transparent and can be used on any colored background and objects can be changed in size, increased or decreased in opacity, fitted with shadows or even overlapped with one another to create extra effects.
The application requires Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later, any version of Keynote, iWeb, Pages or Microsoft PowerPoint or Word and 200 megabytes of available hard drive space to install and run. Keynote 3D Stuff 2.0 is priced at $20.