MemoriesOnTV on Mac

20th August | Tutorial

We’re getting quite many enquiries about running MemoriesOnTV on Mac OSX. While MemoriesOnTV is designed to run only on Windows, you should be able to run it on Mac if you have a Windows emulation software (such as VirtualBox, Vmware Fusion, or Parallels) installed.

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MemoriesOnTV 4.1.0 and ClipShow Volume 2 Released

16th July | Announcement

We have just made 2 releases: MemoriesOnTV Version 4.1.0, and the 2nd volume of our ClipShows.

Version 4.1.0 of MemoriesOnTV includes the ability to upload your slideshow video onto Youtube, so you can now easily whip up a quick clip of that vacation you have just returned from and share the memories with your friends.

We have also added some integration with Picasa, which allows you to export your pictures directly from within Piscasa. No more manual exporting of your edited pictures.

Volume 2 of our ClipShow package includes 21 brand new and unique sequences and effects, and a couple of variations based off these. Some of these rely heavily on the overlay and masking features in MemoriesOnTV 4 to create interesting visual effects. They can be used to jump start or spice up your slideshow.

Do check them out! As always, do give us your feedback and thoughts about them!

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MemoriesOnTV 4.0.4 released

14th March | Announcement

Another minor bug fix release.

Some miscellaneous fixes to deal with issues in DVD menus and video file importing. Also fixes some language pack annoyances.

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Forum resurrected

11th February | Announcement

MOTVForum was closed down a couple of weeks ago when the maintainer moved on to the Mac world. Our user, Alan Pilcher, kindly volunteered to take over as the new maintainer, and it’s now officially up:

http://www.motvforum.com/

We have a couple of users who e-mailed us regarding this, so it’s really great to see it resurrected. We will not be participating in the forum officially, but will be supportive of the effort. A big thank you to Alan and the previous maintainer (please consider coming back to the dark side :) )


MemoriesOnTV 4.0.3 released

22nd January | Announcement

A minor bug fix release to start the year.

In previous MemoriesOnTV 4 releases, importing from a multi-album project didn’t work (oops!). This release fixed the problem.

Also, it fixed another bug in which the trimming and fading states of an audio track that was attached to individual slides weren’t properly saved, causing the settings to revert back to the default values.

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MemoriesOnTV 4.0.2 released

31st December | Announcement

Just a minor bug fix release before the close of the year. This fixed the crashes and program hanging occurrences that happened on some installation during face detection operations.

Have a great new year ahead everyone!

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MemoriesOnTV 4.0.1 released

18th December | Announcement

We have released MemoriesOnTV version 4.0.1. This is just a bugfix release, which fixes some of the bugs uncovered by our users since the release of MemoriesOnTV 4 last week.

Do keep the bug reports coming, and feedbacks too! We’d love to hear from your folks so that we can make this even better!

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Intermediate Masking/Overlaying

13th December | Tutorial

Let’s explore the masking and overlaying feature in more detail. We will see how masks and overlays can modify a photo’s look, and along the way, we will be creating some masks and overlays of our own to achieve some interesting effects.

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Using Masking/Overlaying to create Interesting Menus

11th December | Tutorial

In this tutorial, we will use the Masking and Overlaying capability in MemoriesOnTV 4 to create an interesting video disc menu.

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Motion Menu in MemoriesOnTV 4

10th December | Tutorial

With MemoriesOnTV 4, you can now create DVD motion menu with animated background and thumbnails. The process of creating motion menu is similar to that of a static menu. Instead of specifying pictures for your background or thumbnails, you specify video files (MPG, MOV, AVI) instead. (more…)


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