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All Media Show 1.0

Continuous mutimedia show with variabke speed. Search folders, zip, Office files


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Total downloads: 674
  • Last Updated: Mar 1, 2004
  • License: Shareware $9.99
  • OS: Windows 98/ME/NT 4.x/2000/XP
  • Requirements: 128 MB RAM, 40GB disk, 500MHz

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All Media Show is a Photo & Image software developed by SingularitySoft. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for All Media Show:

EditByBrothersoft: Sit back and relax! All Media Show allows you to watch your pictures, video and listen to your audio files anywhere on your computer, even if embedded in documents or archives. With All Media Show you can decide of the quality of your show by deciding the minimum file size of your Media and discard unwanted Media formats. You can define the speed between media in you show and view the Media in a random fashion if you desire. After pausing the show you can browse for Media manually, and change the settings of the show before restarting.
All Media Show can be started by right-clicking a folder or zip file. It will explore Folders and sub-folders, search for Media in Microsoft Office documents, zip archives.
All Media Show Currently support the following Office documents:
- PowerPoint presentations
- Word documents
- Excel Workbooks
In the following Office versions:
- 97
- 2000
- XP
- 2003
All Media Show supports the following media formats: wmv, avi, mpg, bmp, jpeg, gif, wav, bmp, wmf...
All Media Show includes the Microsoft .NET Framework allowing it to run on the following Windows platforms:
- 98/ME
- NT 4.0
- 2000
- XP
- 2003
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