Original Source Press Release:
MemoryMiner for Windows Released|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Monday, November 26, 2007 - 12:57 EST)
John Fox wrote to us today announcing the release of the Windows version MemoryMiner, his digital storytelling software, which has appeared on our Grab Bag Gift Guide bag for two years as the fun way to do genealogy. You know, start with the images rather than the data.
John wrote, "I wanted to let you know that we finally shipped MemoryMiner for Windows last week. It took longer than we had hoped, but it's a critically important step towards realizing our goal of an integrated Digital Storytelling platform. Here's the 'landing page' which features screen grabs, screen movies, download links, and a Buy Now button which makes it available for $30 through the end of the year."
We first reported on this delightful product in a Macworld Expo 2006 report. And it just keeps getting better.
|MemoryMiner for Windows Released|
We've followed up our award-winning MemoryMiner for Macintosh product with a ground-breaking Windows version that brings digital storytelling to the Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows 2000 platforms.
MemoryMiner enables you to intuitively explore your digital media library, enhance it with annotation and linking and then publish stories on the Web.
MemoryMiner gives you traditional documentation tools -- but that's just the beginning.
• Add titles, annotation and attachments to your pictures.
• Identify the people in your pictures by linking them to a MemoryMiner Person.
• Link your pictures to a MemoryMiner Place.
• Assign a time to your pictures -- even if you're not sure of the exactly when it was taken.
With MemoryMiner, your pictures take on a three-dimensional aspect that will change the way you think about them.
• Sort your pictures by time or name.
• Filter your collection by People, Place, Time or Filename -- or any combination of the four.
• Visualize the story surrounding a person with a tableau of their pictures and an overview of where they have been projected onto a map.
Publish an interactive Web site with the push of a button. It will tell your story with:
• graphical indices of the people,
• a map showing the places,
• annotations, dates and titles of the pictures, complete with an interactive slide show.
MemoryMiner turns that dusty box of pictures in the attic into a trove of personal history that reveals long-forgotten memories. And that amorphous stockpile of digital camera output accumulating on your hard drive will snap into focus, allowing you to separate the wheat from the chaff.
15 Day Trial
MemoryMiner runs without restriction for 15 days.
Securely purchase a license code for the introductory price of $30 (reglarly $45) using the "Buy Now" link at the top of this page. You'll get the license code right away on a Web page, with a copy sent to your email address.