Seagull Video Player 1.0 released

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Trinfinity Software has released Seagull Video Player 1.0, which lets you create a playlist of video files and play them full screen on your computer.

Due to the speed limitations of most Internet connections, videos often have to broken up into pieces to make it easier for users to download them. With Seagull, there'll be no need for interruption when one segment ends, according to MacTech magazine .

Seagull can be used to watch segmented movies, movie clips, TV commercials, episodes of TV shows, business presentations and all sorts of videos. Videos are played on the entire screen and are automatically adjusted to be shown at the largest size, without disturbing the aspect ratio.

The video player lets you re-select a number of video files and play them sequentially, in any order. You can add an entire folder of videos to the playlist with the Add Folder button. Or add individual video files to the playlist with the Add Video button. Seagull Video Player utilizes QuickTime because it has built-in support for many file formats. You can control the order of the videos in their playlist with the Up and Down buttons. You can also shuffle your playlist with the Shuffle button. The Playlist window contains a preview area, where you can play a miniature version of any video file in the playlist.

Seagull Video Player for Macintosh requires Mac OS 8.6 or later, including Mac OS X. For OS X systems, you'll need the CarbonLib 1.2.5 (or later) extension. The latest version of QuickTime is also recommended. Seagull Video Player 1.0 is available for download now.

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