This multimedia authoring and editing tool can be used to create digital portfolios, multimedia presentations, slideshows, Web videos, animations and interactive CD-ROM projects.
QuickTime, Java and OpenGL are all supported, as are media masking, non-destructive video editing, animation and text-to-speech functions.
Apply full graphic transparency, smooth text, QuickTime effects, true layering and real-time compositing. Link media and create chains of events or actions that can be triggered by the user simply by drawing arrows.
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