Apple Macintosh News and Information
Apple Macintosh News and Information

app4mac releases Sequence 2.5 for Mac OS X

app4mac today is pleased to announce the release of Sequence 2.5, an update to their powerful utility to capture screenshots and screencasts on Mac OS X. Sequence 2.5 add many new options. A free upgrade for all current users of previous versions.

What’s New?
* Now working as a background process
* Now accessible via a menubar icon
* Improved audio management
* New video formats (quicktime, flash, mpeg, etc)
* Support of USB microphones
* Improved performance
* Updated user interface
* New option to hide/display the main palette

About Sequence
Sequence is a simple way to capture and save an image or a movie of your screen to your computer’s clipboard, or a file (in an image format of your choice). A video or screenshot can be emailed, uploaded on the web, or passed around however you want. Using multithreaded code and a 64-bit enabled compression system, Sequence can capture the content of a DVD (with audio) or of any other application. Sequence is powerful enough to simultaneously record from your webcam and your screen. With the voice recording function, you can easily describe what you are doing on your screen. Simply use your Mac’s built-in microphone.

With Sequence, its easy to make training videos, product demos, create tutorials, archive streaming video, the possibilities are endless! For instance, you could easily help your friends and family learn more about their computers. No need for boring and complicated documentation! With Sequence you can give clear and precise explainations, including mouse movements.

System Requirements:
Sequence 2.5 requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Some new features are only available to Macs with Intel processors.

Pricing and Availability:
Sequence 2.5 is available at a special introductory price : 29 Euros only until end of April 2010 (around $39 USD). It’s a free upgrade for all current users of previous versions.

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