Kirinriotcrash
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KirinRiotCrash reviewed on 24 Jan 2006
I had to reinstall Adobe Acrobat 7 Pro after running this program ... it was a real pain in the butt. But for the most part, this program did the trick and I saved almost a gig. It's pretty sweet! However, you might want to look into that Acrobat incompatibility though ...
[Version 2.0]



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KirinRiotCrash reviewed on 21 Jan 2006
This app saved me the excruciating pain of having to load Virtual PC just to watch an exe-based Shockwave Flash File. Props to you! Keep up the great work!
[Version 1.2]



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KirinRiotCrash commented on 16 Jan 2006
I personally prefer Button Builder: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/8292 ... albeit, the buttons are obviously larger but they look more sophisticated.
[Version 1.08]



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KirinRiotCrash reviewed on 04 Jan 2006
I thought this little game was little fun. I did find it rather difficult with songs with a fast beat though. One thing I did notice is that if I was playing a music video (with the video being in a separate window) instead of a regular song file, the game would not react to the music. Other than that, I think the game is enjoyable.

One thing I wish for is an option to control the speed of the ghost.
[Version 1.0.2]



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KirinRiotCrash commented on 28 Dec 2005
I haven't been able to convert an audio-less movie file with iSquint ... it works with every other movie I've thrown at it except for ones that don't have audio tracks. I'm using the H.264 setting enabled and at the "Go Nuts" quality setting. Everything else is set to default. I get "No audio or video streams" found error. Well ... I already said there's no audio so why does it insist of using one?
[Version 0.9o]



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KirinRiotCrash commented on 18 Dec 2005
I can't quite imagine why this app is still shareware after 5 major revisions, 2 minor revisions, and 2 fixes. It seems rather odd, especially that there are so many different apps available on this site that are free and does same exact thing. It makes me wonder what the developer was thinking ... I suppose back when this app was still 1.0, it would have been useful and some people might have paid for it but at 5.2.2? I think the developer should stop challenging the intelligence of Mac users ... it's not funny anymore. In fact, it probably wasn't even funny to begin with.
[Version 5.2.2]



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KirinRiotCrash commented on 08 Dec 2005
How is this version of DivX 6 different than the one that comes with Toast 7? Should I bother downloading it?
[Version 6.0]



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Kirinriotcrash reviewed on 18 Jun 2004
For it's intended purpose, it works quite well, although the demo version leaves an annoying message on the upper left of the joined clips (which the readme file fails to tell me about), but if you plan on using a large enough letterbox on your whole project, it shouldn't be an annoyance in the end as it will cover it up.

The program lives up to it's name however, I think the program should also have an auto-split option if you attempt to join clips and it adds up to something larger than 9:57 minutes (or 9:27 for PAL).

The help document on the author's website is rather informative and easy to follow. And for a plugin like this one, I suppose 7 bucks isn't bad. It seems to be worth it, actually.

Lastly, the program was stable when I was using it.
[Version 1.0.1]



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