Screentime Media Announces Screentime for Flash 3.7

Escondido, CA (PressExposure) April 07, 2009 -- Screentime Media Announces Screentime for Flash 3.7 Create Windows Screensavers using Flash CS4 and Flash Player 10

Escondido, CA - March 15, 2009: Screentime Media today announced Screentime for Flash version 3.7 for Windows. Screentime for Flash is the tool used by creative professionals at Adobe, Apple, Disney, and thousands of other companies to create rich entertaining screen savers. Screentime 3.7 for Windows enables Flash developers to utilize the richness and power of Adobe Flash CS4 and the Adobe Flash Player 10. This new version of Screentime also adds support for Vista User Account Control, enlarged control panel and installer windows, and Windows 64 OS detection.

Screentime converts Flash content into screensavers in 3 simple steps - anything possible with Flash is possible as a screensaver. Screentime outputs a ready to upload screensaver installer.

A demo download, sample code, and documentation is available:

Hundreds of popular customer samples are available: []

Pricing and Availability:

Screentime for Flash 3.7 for Windows is $249. There is also a version of Screentime that runs on Mac OS X and builds Mac OS X screen savers.

Upgrades to registered users of Screentime for Flash who have purchased or upgraded in the past 12 months are FREE! Upgrades for other users are $99.

System Requirements:

Screentime for Flash requires Windows 98 and later. Support for Windows Vista 64-bit will be included in the next version of Screentime and will be a free upgrade with our purchase of Screentime for Flash Windows 3.7.

About Screentime:

Screentime Media has been enhancing Flash since 1997. Other Screentime products give Flash developers the ability to quickly and easily create Flash based desktop applications. All Screentime software is available for both Mac OS X and Windows operating systems.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 02, 2009 at 5:05 am
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