Apimac has announced the release of
Slide Show 7.2, a new version of their slideshow and presentation tool for Mac OS X and Windows. It’s available for download from the Apimac Web site.
Slide Show can help you display multimedia files, movies, sounds and images using slideshow presentations and portfolios that can be distributed as standalone software applications running on Mac and Windows operating systems.
New to this release is support for multiple displays. Also new in this release is the ability to develop free-standing slideshows for Windows that don’t require QuickTime to be installed to view JPEG, GIF or BMP images, or listen to MP3, WAV and MIDI files. Slide show notes can now be visible during the presentation, a new info window is customizable, automatically opening links can be added to the end of the presentation, and more.
A free update for registered user, Slide Show costs $29.95 for its standard edition or $49.95 for its professional edition. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.2 or later.