GroupSmarts on Thursday announced the beta release of its Mac OS X application
MemoryMiner. MemoryMiner is used to link together pictures, audio, video and other content to create “meaningful and coherent digital stories,” according to the developer. Available as a free beta download, MemoryMiner requires Mac OS X v10.3 or later.
MemoryMiner has been created to help users create personal and family histories through multimedia. It features video, audio, text and annotation tools, visual filters and other content to help users navigate and assemble that content. It works alongside other tools like iPhoto and iMovie.