Feelorium has announced the release of
Tattoo 1.0. It’s a QuickTime media skin editor that runs natively in Mac OS X, and it enables QuickTime developers and media producers to provide their users with a unique viewing experience by creating custom-shaped media skins for their movies.
The company cited a few examples of what can be done with Tattoo: multimedia greeting cards with corporate logos; photo album slide shows with unique picture frames; or holiday greeting cards. A Valentine’s Day greeting card sample is on the Web site.
To use Tattoo, you drag and drop a prepared QuickTime movie and skin image file onto Tattoo’s window. Tattoo then creates a movie file that can be played by QuickTime Player on the custom-created skin image frame. Custom-made buttons can also be incorporated to control movie playback, stopping, and so on.
Tattoo 1.0 is distributed as US$23 shareware and requires Mac OS X 10.1 or higher. For more details visit the Web site.