has launched its QuickTime 6 compatible interactive video authoring software, VideoClix for Mac OS X at this week’s Macworld Conference & Expo in New York.
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With VideoClix, users can interact with objects in video content. The software has applications for educational, commercial and military use, according to the developers. Videos can be served up using any HTTP or RTSP server and tied into any database without requiring additional plug-ins or components.
VideoClix enabled content can be served from any HTTP or RTSP server, tie into any database and doesn’t require an additional plug-in on the client side. Supported file formats are QuickTime, MPEG-1, MPEG-4, AVI, Flash and DV. A single user license is US$399. Government and educational discounts available. For more info go to the VideoClix showcase.