UPresent
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Interactive presentation program.   Demo ($99.00)
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UPresent is a multimedia presentation application that has been used to give presentations to tens of thousands of students at the University of Minnesota and around the world. It has been designed for flexible, interactive control of presentations, and a short learning curve. Learning how to use the application takes only minutes, even for the novice. Developed over the past eight years with input from faculty, staff and students, UPresent makes the ideal presentation tool for the classroom. UPresent allows you to define up to 55 menu titles, each containing graphics, video, audio, 3DMF, text,
What's New
Version 3.0:
  • New easy-to-use editing window
  • Better Mac OS X support
Requirements
PPC, MacOS 8.x - 9.x with CarbonLib, or Mac OS X 10.1 or later, QuickTime 4.0 or later






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Joel Mueller commented on 26 Oct 2001
I've updated the license listing on MacUpdate to 'demo.' Yuck, their site is ugly. Especially that flashing "Buy Now."
[Version 2.6.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Oct 2001
Not free ! URL is a redirect to their new site. Where you jump through a tacky site, and you finally realize that not only was the site ugly for a group representing presentations, but that the group can't spell. They have a DEMO for MacOS, nothing free as they had posted. So, one can only figure what kind of product they really offer. Not even worth all this typing, so forget a download. Loosers.
[Version 2.6.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 23 Jun 2001
Never tried the product because it is falsely advertised. The link stated Free but took me to a commercial site. Since they started off the relationship with this potential customer with a deliberate deception, I stopped at that point and resolved not to do business with an organization that begins with an attempt to deceive me.
[Version 2.6.1]


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Downloads:3,669
Version Downloads:1,965
Type:Education : Miscellaneous
License:Demo
Date:30 Dec 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X / OS Classic
Price: $99.00
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UPresent is a multimedia presentation application that has been used to give presentations to tens of thousands of students at the University of Minnesota and around the world. It has been designed for flexible, interactive control of presentations, and a short learning curve. Learning how to use the application takes only minutes, even for the novice. Developed over the past eight years with input from faculty, staff and students, UPresent makes the ideal presentation tool for the classroom. UPresent allows you to define up to 55 menu titles, each containing graphics, video, audio, 3DMF, text, videodisc sequences, or links to URLs and software applications. A scripting feature allows you to assemble menu items in any sequence for a presentation. You can construct multiple presentations (scripts) within a UPresent datafile, and move seamlessly between them during a presentation. The application also allows you to embed scripts within scripts. You can even set up scripts to run as automated slide shows, not only with graphics but with QuickTime movies and transitions. A videodisc editor provides the opportunity to re-purpose videodisc for inclusion in digital presentations. Text tools allow you to quickly add text to your presentations. Live video can be viewed from any video input hardware.


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