Blacksburg, VA–January 18, 2007–Polarian Technology announces the
release of Screen Mimic 2.0, now with audio support.

Screen Mimic allows you to create screencasts (recordings of your Mac
OS X desktop) that can be saved as Adobe Flash (SWF), Flash Video
(FLV), or Quicktime (MOV) files. These files can be easily uploaded
to a website, used in a kiosk system, and many other applications.

Screen Mimic is a great tool for creating screen recordings, flash
demos, software training videos, application demos, and more.

New features in version 2.0 include:

* Audio support! Record from your default input device during
recording or insert any QuickTime readable audio file after you have
finished recording.

* Save support! Make a recording and save it to a Screen Mimic Bundle
for later processing.

* New mouse options: Follow the mouse, hide recording guides.

* Delayed start: Start recording immediately or after a specified
amount of time.

* New, faster, more streamlined UI.

Pricing & Availability:

Screen Mimic 2.0’s regular price is $64.95 (USD). It requires Mac OS
X 10.4 (Tiger) or better. A free demo which allows recording for up
to 15 seconds at a time may be downloaded from:

Registered users of Screen Mimic 1.x may upgrade using their existing
product keys for $39.95.

About Polarian Technology:

Polarian Technology was started in 2005 by Lee Falin. Polarian
develops software for Mac OS X and specializes in fun and useful
applications. For more information, visit or visit
Lee’s weblog at