** F O R I M M E D I A T E R E L E A S E **
DATE: March 20, 1997
CONTACT: Corine Hopkins, Product Manager
CameraMan has gone Native!
Motion Works Releases CameraMan Version 3.0 for Power Macintosh
Vancouver,B.C. — Motion Works Group Limited, the Canadian-based digital
technology and interactive multimedia company, announced today the
release of CameraMan Version 3.0 for Power Macintosh.
Since its debut in 1992, CameraMan has long been recognized as the tool
of choice for software developers, educators and trainers who need a
quick, flexible and inexpensive method of producing tutorials,
customized training demos, presentations, internet movies and on-line
support files. CameraMan makes simultaneous recordings of screen
activity, system sounds and voice-overs. It captures all action that
takes place on the users screen including; pull-down menus, dialogue
boxes, still screens and animations, video, and game sequences. With
smooth, full-screen recording, panning, or follow-the-cursor mode,
screen recordings can be saved as QuickTime movies, PICS or sequential
PICTS and can be played back by a variety of applications including:
Netscape Navigator, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Premiere, and Microsoft
PowerPoint. CameraMans advanced Editor (QuickEdit) imports graphics,
movie files, sound and music clips and can record multiple sound tracks,
cut, copy and paste graphics, movies and sound segments and synchronize
them to precise points within a movie.
Accelerated for Power Macs, this new release contains some significant
enhancements, including: advanced captioning capabilities; multiple
monitor support; an improved user interface; faster and more efficient
screen recording capabilities; custom colour palette recording; multiple
Track Timeline display features, and advanced Timeline editing
capabilities which enable users to edit not only when tracks begin but
also the duration of each track.
CameraMan provides the power, organization, and flexibility that today’s
busy Macintosh professionals need. Available for download and purchase
directly from Motion Works own website, at http://www.mwg.com,
CameraMan version 3.0 retails for US $69.95, with Registered User
upgrades available for only US $25.00.
CameraMan Win95 and Win NT Native version 3.0 is presently in
development and is scheduled for release in the second quarter of 1997.
To receive your FREE PRESS EVALUATION copy and accompanying editorial
screen shots please contact:
Corine F. Hopkins
CameraMan Product Manager