UPresent includes a scripting feature that allows you to assemble menu items in any sequence for a presentation.
It allows you to define up to 55 menu titles, containing up to 100 graphic, video, audio, 3DMF text and videodisc sequences. You can construct multiple sequences within a UPresent datafile and move seamlessly between them during a presentation.
UPresent also permits you to embed scripts within scripts. You can even set up scripts to run as automated slide shows, not only with graphics, but with QuickTime movies. The number of scripts is limited to 200 and so is the number of items in a single script. <
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
This program runs on any Power PC computer running Mac OS 8.1 or newer, including Mac OS X.
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