Indigo Rose Corporation has released AutoPlay Menu Studio 2.0 Professional Edition – a visual development tool for creating multimedia CD-ROM AutoPlay menus for Windows 95/98 and NT. This new tool is designed for corporate and ISV software developers, electronic content providers, network administrators or anyone using CD-ROM as a distribution medium.
Customers and clients don’t want to read a manual before inserting your CD-ROM – which is why AutoPlay menus have become so popular. Just insert the CD-ROM and up pops an easy-to-use graphical menu. AutoPlay Menu Studio is the first WYSIWYG tool designed expressly for creating these new AutoPlay menu systems.
Start your project off right with the new Template Gallery then customize it all you want using the drag-and-drop development environment. AutoPlay Menu Studio now supports multi-page menus, both 8 and 24 bit color, true multilingual support, AVI video, serial numbers & passwords, variables, conditions, custom fonts & cursors, a complete sound & graphics library and more.
There’s no programming involved. Simply drop an animated image, text or hyperlink button onto the page and give it an action. Choose from a variety of built-in defaults like executing programs, opening documents, exploring the CD, jumping to web sites, sending email, printing files, downloading via FTP and much more.
AutoPlay Menu Studio 2.0 Pro is available for US$195. There are no runtime royalties. More information and a free demo version can be obtained from http://www.indigorose.com.