For immediate release.

Trinfinity Software releases Seagull 3 Public Beta 7 for Mac OS X, which
includes over 100 default vidcasts.

NEW YORK, N.Y. – – October 3, 2005 – – Trinfinity Software released today
an update to the public beta version of Seagull 3, which focuses on
delivering an experience better than television, while watching video
content from the Internet. Seagull 3 Public Beta 7 includes over one
hundred vidcasts, which are video feeds broadcasted over the Internet.
These vidcasts cover topics including gaming, technology, food, travel,
comedy, video diaries, and many others. If your favorite vidcast isn’t
included by default, simply enter its URL, and it will be added to your
library, and ready to watch whenever you are.

If you produce a vidcast, and you would like it included with Seagull 3,
you can submit it using the form on this webpage:

We are releasing this public beta version in order to get your feedback and
make Seagull 3 even better. Try it and let us know what you think by
sending feedback to: or bug reports to:

Seagull 3 Standard Edition will cost $29.95 for a single user license.
Registered Seagull Video Player 2.x for Macintosh users can upgrade to
Seagull 3 Standard Edition for $15.95. New users can download and evaluate
Seagull 3 for 30 days. While it is being evaluating, there will be a
twenty-five video limit, per library.

In addition to all of the features of the Standard Edition, the
Professional Edition enables you to output the video to an external device,
using a QuickTime Output Component. Seagull 3 Professional Edition will
cost $89.95 for a site license. This license can be used for all copies of
Seagull 3 Professional Edition at the user’s site. Seagull 3 is free for
all registered Seagull Video Player 2.x Professional Edition users.

Seagull 3 is available for download at:

Seagull 3 can be purchased here: