Developer K-werkx Inc. announced on Monday the release of Front End Digital Media Workshop 1.0, which allows you to work with 1 to 99 files as you join image, sound and video files into QuickTime movies; join MP3 and MP4 streams; trim or split video and sound files into QuickTime movies and rejoin split sequences; add filters and effects to QuickTime movies; and more. The set of multimedia authoring tools is compatible with a wide variety of file formats, such as AAC, WAV, AIFF, uLAW and AMR audio; MPEG 4, AVI, Motion JPEG A and B and DV PAL video; and BMP, JPEG, PNG and Photoshop images. Playback features include full-screen video, audio controls and more. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.1 or higher, a G3 or better processor running 500MHz or faster and 256MB RAM. A license is US$16.95, and you can download a 15-day trial version from the K-werkx Web site.