Comments on: New Photo and Video App from MGI

MGI, a creator of visual media software, just announced MGI PhotoSuite Mobile Edition, a new product that allows users to store, view, and share photo and video files on both color and grayscale Palm OS handhelds, and comes with a Windows desktop application for fixing photos and optimizing media files prior to transfer. Images can be panned and zoomed. Video can be played at 30 fps and both can even be beamed between handhelds.

MGI is debuting the new software at the Palm Pavilion, as part of CES 2001. It will be available in February. The price hasn't been revealed yet.

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No Mac Support?

Tim Kennett @ 1/6/2001 7:37:11 PM #
Sounds great, MGI, but another way you could compete against TealMovie is to make a media converter for the Mac - gain that customer base.
RE: No Mac Support?
I.M. Anonymous @ 1/8/2001 5:20:06 PM #
What makes you think there's no Mac support?


jvstin @ 1/7/2001 4:37:50 PM #
when i update my os35 3c to os4, will it support 16bit color?


kim @ 1/9/2001 4:38:05 AM #
actually the 3c display chipset cannot support more than 256color, therefore......u know!

Trial of PhotoSuite Mobile Edition Available

Ed @ 2/9/2001 11:19:48 AM #
MGI has announced an exclusive of its PhotoSuite Mobile Edition with ZDNet. Beginning February 8 at 9:00 pm, and for the following 48 hours, a 14-day trial version of MGI PhotoSuite Mobile Edition, photo and video software for Palm Powered handhelds, is available for download exclusively on ZDNet LaunchPad at:

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