Aquafadas on Thursday announced the release of
1.2.5, an update to their slideshow and presentation software for Mac OS X. PulpMotion 1.2.5 is a free update for registered users and costs $5 to register. A demo is available.
With PulpMotion you can create videos and slideshows that combine personal photos, videos and music together, complete with animations. You can save them as standalone “interactive postcards” that you can e-mail to others, publish on the Web, load on your iPod, or use as a personalized screensaver.
New to this release of PulpMotion is the ability to export video to the iPhone. Multiple iTunes libraries can now be supported by PulpMotion’s media manager, and compatibility with Final Cut Pro has been improved. Also improved is quality of images in external videos and a new ability to access individual sample images from videos stored in Aquafadas’ complementary video management software iDive.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.4 or later and QuickTime 7 or later.