System Requirements of Mediator 9

System Requirements of Mediator 9

  • Submitted By: jasper
  • Date Submitted: 01/20/2009 6:49 AM
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System Requirements

Pentium 4
Windows 2000, XP, Vista
256 MB RAM, 200 MB disk space
Sound card, DVD-ROM drive, mouse
DirectX 8


Pentium 4, Win XP, 1024 MB RAM
Full installation (490 MB)
DirectX 9
Graphics adapter supporting Direct3D for 3D transitions

Hyper Studio - Hyper Studio 5
(Mac OS X Edition)

Minimum System Requirements:

System: Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later, including 10.5 "Leopard"
Processor: G4 400MHz or faster, including Intel Macs
Memory 256 MB RAM
Display: 1024x768, Millions of Colours
Free Hard Disk Space: 700 MB
1300+ Clipart graphics
500+ Background images
200+ Animations
280+ Sounds
30+ Movies, including semi-3D QTVR objects and panoramas

Export Formats for Projects: JPG, MOV, M4V (movie clips for iPod and iPhone), HTML, Standalone Player



Multimedia Authoring Tool for Creating CDs, HTML and Flash!

Mediator 9 is a premier multimedia authoring tool that allows you to create interactive CD-ROM presentations, dynamic HTML pages and Flash® projects. Recognized for its award-winning icon-based editing, Mediator remains the leading multimedia authoring software for creating highly professional presentations, without requiring any coding or scripting!

Mediator offers new styles, new effects and enhanced formatting options. The "live preview" lets you review the effects of various formatting options (such as shadows, glow, soft edges, patterns, textures, gradients, warp and rotation) on objects before committing to them and apply them with a simple click of your mouse.

Galleries of predefined styles that let you create the look you want with a single click of a mouse.

Create interactivity


All the interactivity is created in the Events dialog box. For example, to jump from one page to the next, simply drag and drop the appropriate icons, i.e. Mouse Click and Go to Page. You can play back sound and video, show and hide...

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