by Bastian - Monday, June 30, 2008 - Permalink
FotoMagico 2.5b3 contains many new features like a youtube export plugin and a "teleprompter" for slideshow presentation.
Furthermore the media browser was replaced by the iMediaBrowser framework, which offers much more comfort and functionality as well as for example Adobe lightroom support
This release introduces a new file format which will perform better on larger slideshows.
Get it through software update or download it from the Beta page.
For all the new features see the full release notes.
by Frank - Monday, June 23, 2008 - Permalink
Mr. T. and his 13 years old students at an international school in Tokyo made this dramatic movie with iStopMotion, iMovie and GarageBand. Well done!
by Vera - Friday, June 13, 2008 - Permalink
Munich, Germany—June 13th, 2008. Boinx Software is proud that its presentation tool for professional photographers, FotoMagico, was honored with the Apple Design Award (ADA) 2008 - "Best Mac OS X Leopard Graphics and Media Application Runner-up". The Apple Design Awards recognize technical excellence and outstanding achievement in Mac OS X software design and development. FotoMagico, already recognized 2006 as "Best Mac OS X User Experience Runner-up", makes it easy to create impressive slidehows. In its current version 2.2, FotoMagico supports powerful Mac OS X Leopard technologies such as Quick Look and iChat Theater and sports a brand-new Sharing Assistant that makes it easy to produce stunning slideshows optimized for DVD, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV and other media devices.
by Oliver - Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Permalink
FotoMagico has received it's second Apple Design Award. This year, Apple gave it the "Best Mac OS X Leopard Graphics and Media Application" Runner-up. The verdict: "It makes Ken Burns envious."
by Oliver - Friday, June 06, 2008 - Permalink
Munich, Germany—June 5th, 2008. Boinx Software announced today that it will join the development team of the iMedia Browser, spearheaded by Karelia Software. Leading independent Mac software publishers teamed up to bring to the platform a standardized way to access media libraries from software including iTunes, iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom and others. Boinx Software engineers contribute bug fixes and new functionality to the community project. The next version of FotoMagico will integrate the iMedia Browser framework, enabling professional photographers to create great presentations using their photos from Aperture, iPhoto and Lightroom seamlessly.