Tribeworks, makers of the multimedia authoring environment iShell, will be offering two “Train With the Tribe sessions” in California next month.
They’ll be in San Diego for a session on March 14, and will host another training session in San Francisco on March 29. The eight-hour, hands-on seminars lead you through tutorials and tips & tricks designed to help you author dynamic media applications with iShell. Attendees are also eligible for discounts on commercial and/or educational licenses. To book a seat
iShell is a QuickTime-native multimedia authoring suite that enables the creation of customized media players that launch from a Web site. iShell 2 added the ability to create highly customized streaming media players in addition to its established capabilities in CD/DVD-ROM, connected disc and Web site publishing that can be authored and played on Mac and Windows/NT systems. iShell 2 players can be of any arbitrary shape, can contain holes and are draggable with the ability to play in the foreground or the background.
iShell requires a Power Mac, Mac OS 8.6 or higher — a Mac OS X version is in the works — 32MB of available RAM, a minimum of 10MB of free hard disk space, and QuickTime 4 or higher.