Screentime Media (http://www.screentime.com) has announced Screentime for Flash 4 for Mac OS X and Windows. The app is used by creative professionals at Apple, Microsoft, Disney, Tribal DDB, Warner Brothers and thousands of other companies to deliver content to desktops worldwide.
Screentime for Flash 4 adds multiple-language support, improves performance on Mac OS X 10.6 and adds support for Flash Player 10.1 on both Mac and PC.
The initial release of Screentime for Flash 4 supports English, German, French, Dutch, and Japanese. Additional languages can be added upon request.
Screentime’s ActionScript 2.0 and ActionScript 3.0 class libraries and documentation have been re-engineered for Screentime 4, making it easier to extend Flash. With the Screentime 4 ActionScript class, developers are able to read/write files, check for an active net connection, download files, and more. Screentime 4 includes a new integrated Help panel for Flash CS4 and Flash CS5 to enable offline development.
Screentime for Flash 4 adds an option to limit playback to the main screen enabling CPU intensive Flash animations to play without a hitch on multi-screen, large monitor systems. It also adds other features, including command-line build, Flex support, a TraceViewer/Console debug window, and an integrated Utility menu (on the PC) with shortcuts to make your computer sleep (CNTL-L), open the Screensaver control panel (CNTL-D), launch TraceViewer (CNTL-T), and install the screensaver onto your computer (CNTL-I).
Screentime Mac supports all 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Mac OS X 10.4 and later. Screensaver playback requires a SWF created with Adobe Flash (6 or later) or FLEX. Screensaver Playback requires the Flash Player be installed on the end-user’s machine.
Screentime for Flash 4 costs US$249 for one operating system and $399 for two. Upgrades to registered users of Screentime for Flash who have purchased or upgraded in the past 12 months are free. Upgrades for other users are $99.