XShow 4.0

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Software Specifications


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Editor Rating
0.0
Version:
4.0
Size:
757 KB
License [?]:
Shareware
Price:
$30.00 USD
Last Updated:
Category:
Utilities and Tools Software
Developer:
Softuarium
Operating System:
Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP
Additional Requirements:
Development environment supporting ActiveX.
Limitations
Not available

XShow Review

" ActiveX control for creating slide shows and screen savers from images. "

XShow v4.0 is an ActiveX control designed to create transition effects between images. The control offers choice of over 100 transition effects. The following image formats are supported: BMP, JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, EMF, WMF, DIB, PCD, PCX, PSD (single layer), PSP (single layer), TGA, TIF, TIFF. Control is able to display images in original size or stretched (with or without maintaining aspect ratio). Images can also be resized or painted on canvas. User can choose background color or background image, which can be tiled or stretched. Animation speed and progress are easily adjusted. Help files and example projects in several languages are included in the package. XShow v4.0 is a stand-alone component. It does not require any other files to work. The control can be distributed royalty-free in an unlimited number of applications.


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