Indigo Rose Corporation announces AutoPlay Menu Studio 3.0 – a visual development tool for creating multimedia CD-ROM AutoPlay/AutoRun systems for Windows 95/98/ME, NT and 2000. It is designed for corporate and ISV software developers, electronic content providers, network administrators or anyone using CD-R, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM as a distribution medium.
AutoPlay Menu Studio provides developers with a visual environment for creating fully interactive user interfaces for their CD-ROM based products. By taking full advantage of the AutoPlay/AutoRun feature available on all Win32 systems, these menus appear automatically when the disc is inserted. Since there’s no need to manually browse the CD or access the contents using Start > Run, the CD-ROM is easier to use, more attractive, and requires fewer support inquiries.
Thanks to AutoPlay Menu Studio’s WYSIWYG, drag and drop interface, anyone can create professional CD-ROM front ends. Start with a project template and customize it from there. By assigning actions to various events, you can easily execute installation programs, start presentations, jump to web sites, play video and music, send email, and more.
In addition to the enhanced visual development environment, this new release features internal MP3 audio playback, embedded video objects, scrolling text boxes, splash and credit screens, full screen mode, 1000 page menus, automatic 8/24 bit color matching, multiple actions per event, file searching, project preview, virtual CD-ROM and much more.
AutoPlay Menu Studio 3.0 is available for US $295. There are no runtime royalties. More information and a free demo version can be obtained from http://www.indigorose.com.
Indigo Rose Corporation, 123 Bannatyne Ave., Suite 410, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3B 0R3.