announced on Wednesday that
iPix Interactive Studio 1.1
is now available. The new version of their application for creating 360-degree panoramic images offers the ability to export in Macromedia Shockwave w3d file format, works better with Adobe Photoshop and adds performance enhancements.
iPix Interactive Studio comes in two versions: the Essentials pack, which is a basic version of the application, and the Enhancer pack, which includes Essentials and its Edit Pack and Format Pack plug-in upgrades. The new Macromedia Shockwave File Exporter only applies to users with Enhancer or Format Pack licenses. All users receive a new auto update function that lets them know when new features are added to the application.
The current upgrade is free for existing license holders. The Essentials Pack is US$899 per user while the Enhancer Pack is $1,799 per user; the plug-in upgrades are $499 each. All licenses last for a year and must be renewed at the end of the term. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.2 “Jaguar” or higher, a G3 or better processor running at 450MHz or faster, 192MB RAM, 60MB hard drive space (200MB recommended), and display resolution set at 1024 x 768 or higher.