FotoMagico 5.5 ready for macOS High Sierra

High Sierra adds a lot of interesting features, especially for photography. FotoMagico 5.5 is taking advantage of some of those features, most notably exporting to the new HEVC (h.265) format. Here is the full list of updates:

  • FotoMagico 5.5 is compatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
  • Support for exporting to new iOS devices and HEVC codec has been added.
  • Pressing the option key while dragging a music snippet to the Storyboard now suppresses the automatic syncing with audio markers.
  • Applying shadows to text layers is now more reliable. In addition the "More…" popover in Title Options has been improved.
  • Slide numbers are now correct after re-arranging slides in the Storyboard.
  • Double clicking on zoom jogwheel to reset to default value is now more reliable.
  • Fixed a potential crash on some computers when opening documents on macOS 10.13.
  • Various stability improvements and small fixes.

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Broadcast your iOS 11 screen with mimoLive Reporter

The latest version of mimoLive Reporter is all about supporting screencast broadcasting in iOS 11. Happy Screencasting!

  • Support for live broadcasts from the iOS Control Center. Broadcast destination is always the selected streaming service account in your current mimoLive Reporter show.
  • Stability improvements and bugfixes in the Replay Kit broadcast extension.
  • Fix: Video layer rotates non-portrait movies to the correct orientation again.
  • Fix: Video layer can now play movies that don’t contain an audio track.
  • Fix: Video layer loops consistently now. Some movies made the video layer hang.
  • Fix: Video layer is not silent anymore after switching the audio output device.
  • Change: To avoid confusion, duplicate streaming service accounts are no longer allowed.
  • Fix: Layers don’t disappear from the layer stack anymore when entering the layer edit mode.
  • Change: Direct support of the Streamshark service is no longer available due to changes in the API. Use RTMP server and stream key instead.

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Live From Kastav, Croatia: You Gotta See This!

Our very first iPhone app, “You Gotta See This!” was a labour of love for the team. But, since it never was a commercial hit, we haven’t updated it in a while and when iOS 11 was introduced, Apple discontinued support for 32 bit apps and it wouldn’t work any more. With the free app not bringing in any revenue, we were prepared to let it go. But then, people started asking when we would be updating it and we realised that there is a bigger number of people loving this app than we thought. We looked into how much effort it would be to make it run on iOS 11 and it turned out it wasn’t that much. While we were at it, we removed the old sharing code and are now using iOS sharing which lets you send your panographs to a huge number of platforms and services. You Gotta See This! 4.0 is now available on the App Store. We hope you like it. Oliver did a quick intro live stream from the top of a mountain on the coast of Croatia. Enjoy!

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Introducing mimoLive Reporter

mimoLive Reporter – the essential live streaming app you need when “it’s happening” – is now available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

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Default Client for mimoCall

mimoLive Reporter and mimoLive on your Mac work together through mimoCall to get your reporter on air instantly from almost anywhere without a truckload of equipment and on a shoestring budget. Send your reporter with their iPhone or iPad out into the state park, town square or school yard to report live from the scene, interview eye witnesses and answer the all-important question: How big are the crowds?



Your reporter can download mimoLive Reporter free of charge from the App Store to use it to call into your mimoLive show. 



Watch the mimoLive Reporter live launch replay.

 

Mobile Live Stream Production Powerhouse

You can also use mimoLive Reporter to stream live directly to YouTube, Twitch.tv and other RTMP based streaming services such as Facebook and Periscope and spice it up with station graphics, lower thirds, b-roll and more.

 

ReplayKit Broadcasting Extension

mimoLive Reporter also comes with a ReplayKit Broadcasting Extension, so you can live broadcast your gameplay or host live tutorials from within iOS apps that support that technology.

 

Pricing

mimoLive Reporter can be used free of charge as a client for mimoCall in connection with mimoLive on the Mac. Using the free version to stream live directly to a streaming service adds a “Powered by mimoLive Reporter” badge to the video.

In order to support our development efforts, you can purchase a monthly subscription at US$ 0.99* or a yearly subscription at US$ 9.99* via in-app purchase that will let you remove the badge. Thank you in advance for your support!



PS.: In case you missed it: We made a cool teaser video for mimoLive Reporter.