SiteGrinder comes to MAC
A powerful and easy-to-use plug-in for Adobe PhotoshopMedia Lab, Inc., has announced the full compatibility of its award-winning product, SiteGrinder 2, with Apple's latest operating system, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. A powerful and easy-to-use plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, SiteGrinder 2 effortlessly lets users convert their Photoshop designs into CSS-rich, standards-compliant webpages from within Photoshop with just a click of the mouse.
Moreover, SiteGrinder 2 does it all without the user having to write a single line of code. SiteGrinder 2 provides all the tools a professional graphics designer, photographer, or web engineer needs to generate superior, compelling interactive web experiences, including the ability to build automated photo galleries, Flash slideshows, CSS-driven menus, and much more. Best of all, pages generated by SiteGrinder 2 retain the exact look and layout of the parent Photoshop file from which they were created.
"We're very excited to be releasing SiteGrinder 2 for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard," said Thomas Summerall, co-founder and President of Media Lab, Inc. "SiteGrinder 2 puts extremely powerful and easy-to-use webpage creation capabilities in the hands of our customers, letting them focus exclusively on their designs rather than on confusing webpage code. SiteGrinder 2 lets customers take ownership of their websites like never before, and at an extremely reasonable price point."
Priced at $349.00 USD for SiteGrinder 2 Pro and $129.00 USD for SiteGrinder 2 Basic, both are available directly from the Media Lab website.
SiteGrinder 2 for Mac OS X is Universal and requires Mac OS X 10.1 or greater. Also required is Adobe Photoshop 7 or greater, including Adobe Photoshop CS3 on Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs (Mac OS X 10.5 or greater required for use on Intel-based Macs). SiteGrinder 2 is also compatible with Photoshop Elements 3 or greater.
Visit the Media Lab website for complete details and to download SiteGrinder 2, as well as other popular Media Lab products.
For over a decade, Longmont, CO-based Media Lab, Inc. has specialized in creating tools that bring Photoshop designs to life as compelling webpages and Macromedia Director and Flash movies. Media Lab's award-winning webpage generation tool, SiteGrinder 2, has enjoyed an array of favorable reviews and accolades since its April 2000 debut under the then name of PhotoWebber. Moreover, the company's innovative multimedia design tools, PhotoCaster, PSD2FLA, and AlphaMania, were used to create pioneering special effects seen at Disney World's EPCOT Center in Florida, as well as in numerous popular music videos and motion pictures, such as "X-Men 2", "Spiderman 2", "Air Force One", and "Armageddon". For complete information on Media Lab and its products, visit their website. - Longmont, CO - Published on 04/16/08
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