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Internet ScreenSaver Builder

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007 | Computer, Software

This screensaver maker allows you to use images, text, HTML and multimedia (including flash) in a standard screensaver that can update automatically from its web location.

When a screensaver detects changes (you set minimum interval between two checks) it will automatically start downloading necessary component files and restart as new.

FTP client is built in the program. HTML is supported in two ways. You can embed MHT/HTML files or you can use URLs directly.

In both cases HTML contents is displayed either fullscreen or in a custom defined screen area.

It is possible to make internet screensavers that are protected with username/password HTTP authentication and you can also make standard screensavers without internet update.

The program has a wizard and/or simple yet effective command language.

There are 84 image transition effects to play with, commands for moving images and text across the screen, random coordinates, and letter-by-letter effects for showing text.

A screensaver becomes web enabled when you use the option to assign a hot key that automatically opens a web browser with selected URL when a user presses it to exit the screensaver.

The program can also produce installer EXE files for installing and uninstalling screensavers. Supported media file formats are flash (SWF), WAV, AVI, MID and MP3. Extra features: make interactive screensavers from URLs or flash files.

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