Create interactive slideshows and menus with Visual Autorun. Integrated menu designer and icon library. Exclusive Check-for-Viewer technology. Visual Autorun has earned the Works with Windows Vista logo from Microsoft.
Visual WinHelp 3.0 Visual WinHelp is the quick and efficent way to create WinHelp .hlp documentation. The simple word processor interface makes accessing the features easy.
Pixelshop 5.0 With Pixelshop, you can create and edit existing icons (ICO), cursors (CUR) and animated cursors (ANI), in all sizes and formats, including the Windows XP Alpha format. A built-in utility makes it easy to convert pictures to icon format.
Description: Visual Autorun makes it easy to design interactive menus and slideshows for CDs. Add autorun / autoplay functionality to any CD, DVD or USB drive in minutes.
The integrated menu design allows you to size and position the layout of the buttons, caption, and picture and customize fonts and colours.
Create interactive slideshows with music in minutes.
Choose an icon for your disc from the included Icon Library, or create a custom one from an existing graphic or logo using Digitope Pixelshop.
The exclusive Check-for-Viewer technology helps ensure your recipients are able to view your content by checking for the necessary reader application before trying to open the document. Viewer software can be included and installed from the disc, linked from a website, or searched from the Visual Autorun website.
Integration with Windows CD Burning makes finishing the disc a snap, or burn the disc with any CD recording software.
Visual Autorun has earned the Works with Windows Vista logo from Microsoft.
CD Autorun Creator 10.1 Create professional autorun programs for CD/DVD-ROMs. CD Autorun Creator offers fast and efficient way to build autorun programs with point and click ease... Create professional
1st Autorun Express 3.2 Make autorun CD or DVD to autorun documents or display a menu without design or programming required! All you need to do is to specify your documents. Your disk will provide a user
Software can turn slideshow into a mini-movie Vacationing in Prague in 2000, software programmer Chad Richard went shutter happy with his digital camera over the spectacular images of Eastern Europe. To show them off, he decided to modernize the traditional slideshow format.