Product Announcement – einstein’s legacy v2.0, LLC of Charlotte, North Carolina has released Bix 1.3.1, a video playlist tool for fullscreen and multi-screen playback. Bix helps you organize and configure fixed or dynamic playlists, trimming individual clips as needed. The 1.3.1 Update includes new time presets, swipe-to-delete support for tray entries, and several user interface enhancements.
“When working on the new features for this update, we tried to keep in mind the intended uses for the software: kiosks, digital signage, and stage performance applications,” says einstein’s legacy Chief Product Officer Douglas A. Welton. “After we made several stability enhancements, we focussed on a number of minor user interface changes that enhanced the user’s working space. We also added convenience features like swipe-to-delete and timeline presets.”
Bix 1.3.1 includes the following key features:
- Easy Organization:
Drag’n’drop segments to position them in the order you desire for final playback.
- Watch Folders:
Use Watch Folders to dynamically change your playlist without needing to edit your Bix project.
- Easy Integration:
Use autostarted documents with iCal, AppleScript or as a Login Item to control scheduled playback.
- Works with Airplay:
Send the output of your playlist to any airplay compatible device connected to your network.
- Multiscreen Playback:
Send playback to any monitor attached to your Mac or combine all monitors as one continuous display.
- Simple Segmentation:
Include all or part of a movie in the output by adjusting the in-point and out-point handles.
Set playback looping to control whether your playlist plays just once or repeats indefinitely.
System Requirements: Macintosh Computer and OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)
Bix 1.3.1 is available for $19.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide from the Mac App Store in the Video category.