Stimulus, multimedia viewer for Mac OS X, has been updated to version 3.0 — the update adds support for additional file formats and more.
Electric Butterfly, Stimulus is an integrated software product developed with REALbasic. Stimulus works like a file browser, allowing you to select and view/play images, audio files, and video clips from within a single application. It supports zoom, printing, file properties and more. Stimulus also has a slideshow option for continuous play of MP3 files, a Scale to Fit option for images and video clips, and the ability to drag and drop a folder or Mac volume/disk onto the Stimulus display window.
In addition to expanded file format support, version 3.0 adds an image rotator, a playlist/favorites creator, search engine, audio bass and treble controls, audio equalizer display, a master audio volume controller, a screen magnifier, a media filter, adjustable slideshow timer, an enhanced file browser, redesigned interface, and better performance, according to
Stimulus 3 costs US$15. A demo version is available that will operate as fully-functional shareware for 30 days from the time the application is first launched. However, version 3 is a free upgrade for all registered users. Also, Stimulus 3 will also soon be available in a “Classic Mac Edition” for Mac OS 9.x.