Archive | June 7, 2016

Amp Up Your Live Streams to YouTube and Facebook with Boinx’s mimoLive

7 Jun

Boinx Software today announces mimoLive, the multi-in, multi-out live video engine. A complete overhaul of the popular BoinxTV live video production system, mimoLive includes a number of exciting new features for optimal live streaming across multiple platforms. Featuring a new, easier-to-use interface, mimoLive is the perfect solution for everything from school morning announcements and community TV, to events and conferences, podcasting and webinars, video game streaming and more.

Go Kart Park now on Apple TV, Android, Windows 10 Phone and PC

7 Jun

Texas based developer, Magnin & Associates today introduces Go Kart Park 1.0, their new game title on Apple TV, Android, and Windows 10 Phone and PC. Previously available only on iOS, Go Kart Park brings the excitement of go karts to your Apple TV. The game features three different types of go kart tracks: a standard oval lap track, a slick track with tight hairpin turns, and a drag strip. There are 8 different go karts from which to choose, along with automatic or manual transmission on each.

A Better Finder Rename 10.07 for Mac OS X adds preset sharing feature

7 Jun today announces A Better Finder Rename version 10.07, an update to their popular batch file renaming solution for Mac OS X. A Better Finder Rename has long been the leading file, photo, video and music renaming utility on the Mac. The app is a sophisticated tool that caters for the full range of file renaming tasks encountered by the creative professional. Version 10.07 adds the ability to export and import presets to enable smoother sharing within and across teams.

DVDFab Brings Two More Astounding Features to the Table

7 Jun

Fengtao Software releases an official update to its multimedia software package of DVDFab product line, bringing for the first time two amazing new features to the current version Among the two new features, one allows users to remove unwanted audio tracks while compressing a full disc Blu-ray down to BD 25 size, while the other one enables users to keep the original navigation menu or add custom menu while doing a custom Blu-ray backup.