For immediate release.
Trinfinity Software releases Collage X 1.0.1, an iTunes Visual Plugin.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – – January 16, 2004 – – Trinfinity Software released
today Collage X 1.0.1, an update of it’s popular Visual Plugin for
iTunes. This update includes performance enhancements and bug fixes.
One of the many spectacular features of iTunes is it’s Visual Plugins.
iTunes can display graphics on your screen, while music is playing,
that move and change along with the music.
Collage X searches the Internet for images relating to the artist,
track, and album that are playing. Collage X then displays a never
ending collage of these images on your screen. The images are different
for every song. You may see album covers, photos of performances,
photos of band members, or just about anything.
Keep in mind that due to the nature of this software, it is very
unpredictable. For some songs it may not find any images or perhaps
only one image. Some of the images that are found may be obviously
related to the song that is playing and some may seem to be completely
unrelated (Collage X seems to work best with popular songs).
Collage X is not distributed with any images. Collage X downloads and
displays images that are freely available to anyone via the Internet.
Collage X deletes the image files from the user’s hard drive after they
have been viewed.
Collage X is freeware.
* Collage X is available for MacOS X.
* Collage is available for MacOS 9.
* Collage X requires MacOS X.
* Collage requires MacOS 9.1 or later.
* Collage & Collage X require iTunes 1.1 or later.
* Collage & Collage X require an Internet connection. A broadband
Internet connection is recommended for optimal performance.
Collage X 1.0.1 is available for download at: