Xtreeme DHTML Menu Studio 4.03 Pro
"With DHTML Menu Studio, its helpful built-in assistant and FrontPage / DreamWeaver / NetObjects Fusion / Adobe GoLive plugins, within a few minutes and without any HTML / Java Script knowledge, you can design your menu and then integrate it with your existing web site, whether it's based on frames, server-side includes or templates.
Differences between Standard and Professional Editions:
The professional edition supports dynamic creation of menus. Thanks to this feature, you can insert items into the menu dynamically, from a server-side script such as ASP or PHP. This is very useful if you want the menu to reflect a structure stored in a database or enable/disable items based on user's permissions."
The program lets you control volume output, control WinAmp, Apollo, WMP and other players, and assign hot keys.
- Volume control:
While using this module the program becomes a volume control. What are the differences of this volume control from the standard Windows volume control? First, the size of the program is less, second, the program is easyly adjusted, there's a possibility to bring lines of reproduction and line of record together, which cannot be carried out in the standard volume control. Also, the program has a colorful interface with skin support.
- Players control module:
At present, WinAMP player is supported. With KVolume, you can carry out full control from the program's window. Various info is displayed in the program's window, like name of composition being played, time etc.
- Hot Keys module:
Using functionalities of this module you can set certain key combinations for the program operations. For instance, you can ajust volume or stop playing the song in WinAMP without leaving your work. It saves time, as you don't have to open any windows, it's enough to press a hot key.
- Visualization modules:
They are necessary for displaying info about programs controlled by KVolume. For instance, while pressing a key combination to ajust volume, a window will appear which displays the state of the current line of the sound card.
Vypress Tonecast 1.3
High-fidelity audio streaming software for local area networks. It allows you to easily setup and utilize your own "radio" broadcasting over an existing LAN infrastructure without the need for additional hardware or complex heaped software systems.
Vypress Tonecast contains two independant packages: both are small, simple and utilise very few system resources. A Server module, which performs the real-time audio compression and broadcasts it over a network and a client module which receives the audio.
Supported protocols: TCP/IP
The software was designed so that it was easy to deploy, even by non-professional users, new releases have tons of advances. Vypress Tonecast contains high performance compression and optimization algorithms that result in crystal clear, high quality sound with low-level network bandwidth requirements.
Vypress Tonecast uses real-time Assembler powered MPEG-2 coders/decoders, this ensures you will see no dramatic traffic increase even on a 10 Mbit Ethernet network with CD-quality sound translation.
As previously was described above, Tonecast is very extremely easy to deploy software: you only need to download the setup package, this includes the Receiver client and the Tonecast broadcasting module.
Install the Receiver client on all computers that will receive an audio stream, install the Broadcasting Module (the Tonecast itself) on a workstation that will capture audio and transmit it out on to the network to the receiving clients.
Evaluation period: 31 days.