by Cara - Thursday, July 21, 2011 - Permalink
Although there were only very minor problems with Mouseposé on OS X Lion, we have updated Mouseposé and version 3.2.2 is now fully compatible with OS X Lion and available at the Mac App Store. Get it now!
by Cara - Thursday, April 21, 2011 - Permalink
MyMac reviewer Elisa Pacelli recently took a look at our favorite presentation tool, Mouseposé. "This is an excellent tool for anyone looking to capture their audience's attention during a presentation... I wish I had gotten it months ago," says Elisa. She gave Mouseposé a fantastic 9 out of 10 rating. Watch her in-depth video review here!
Read more outstanding reviews of Mouseposé here!
by Cara - Monday, March 28, 2011 - Permalink
L. Davenport of the Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group, and Review Editor of the Silicon Summit recently reviewed Mouseposé, saying, "Have you ever suffered through a training seminar where it was difficult to follow what the presenter was trying to show on the overhead screen, e.g. "Click here, do this and slide that...?" Only the cursor was so small you couldn't see where he was pointing? Do you have a presentation coming up and don't want to lose your audience too? Then you might want to look into getting Mouseposé. What was lost, is now found."
Our resident tech-expert, Bastian Woelfle, also made this issue of the Silicon Summit, as he recently gave the User Group a live demo of FotoMagico via iChat. "FotoMagico is a multimedia presentation and slideshow applications. Bastian told us that FotoMagico will accept media from your hard disk, iPhoto & Aperture libraries, as well as from your Flickr account. He also demonstrated how to Pan & Zoom your slides... we appreciate his staying up until 3:00 am to give us this demo from Germany!"
by Sarah - Friday, February 04, 2011 - Permalink
Mouseposé, un indispensable pour réaliser un tutoriel vidéo
by Frank - Monday, March 29, 2010 - Permalink
MacTopics Screencast (in German) showing the features of Boinx Mouseposé.
by Frank - Monday, November 02, 2009 - Permalink
You-hoo! Educators, trainers, presenters, and anyone who presents FCP or does other types of demos via a projector screen. How many times do your students ask you to repeat the keyboard shortcut you just typed to access an FCP command or feature? Maybe 3, 4, 5, or 10 times? If so, you'll want to know about Mouseposé by Boinx Software. This German-based company has created such an effective aide for trainers and presenters you won't want to teach a class without it (...).
by Sarah - Friday, August 28, 2009 - Permalink
Mouseposé 3.1 has been tested for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard compatibility. No issues have been found. Please let us know as soon as possible if you encounter any unexpected behavior.
by Frank - Monday, December 08, 2008 - Permalink
Munich, Germany—December 8th, 2008. Boinx Software today introduced BoinxTV 1.1, an update to its live-video production software that turns a Mac into a TV studio.* BoinxTV 1.1 improves the stability and is strongly recommended for all BoinxTV users. BoinxTV 1.1 comes with additional layers and a new template for a shopping channel. The previous demo period has been extended from 5 to 30 days, giving users more time to explore all the fascinating possibilities of BoinxTV to create great looking shows.
by Frank - Monday, December 01, 2008 - Permalink
Munich, Germany - November 27th, 2008. Boinx Software announced today the release of Mouseposé 3.1, the essential mouse pointer highlighting tool for everyone doing presentations, screencasts or demos. When activated, it dims the screen and shines a spotlight on the area around the mouse pointer, easily guiding the audience's attention to an area of interest. The new version adds a new filter option for displaying keystrokes and improves stability and performance on startup.
by Oliver - Friday, November 07, 2008 - Permalink
January 6th - 9th, 2009, San Francisco Moscone Center
After a break of 2 years, Boinx returns to Macworld in January of 2009 with a 10x20 booth being the largest presence yet at Macworld. The booth is 5019 in the North Hall (see the North Hall floor plan), just next to the right of the hall entrance. The booth will be featuring primarily BoinxTV but of course there will be experts on site for all Boinx products.