MediaManager is an easy to use, simple plug-in that radically expands FileMaker Pro's ability to work with stored documents, images, sound files, and other media.
Yyou can use it to create powerful document management and media editing solutions.
MediaManager is compatible with all Mac platforms, including Intel-based Macs. This version is fully compatible with FileMaker Pro 7, 8, and 8.5.
Here are some key features of "MediaManager":
Uses for MediaManager:
· Photo gallery or image archive.
· Custom photo and image editing.
· Automatically create web-friendly thumbnails.
· Dynamically generate web pages in straight HTML.
· Document management.
· Music library or sound archive.
· Sound editing studio.
· Adjust image size, quality, and resolution.
· Crop, scale, rotate, reflect, skew, and perspective.
· Full QuickTime image effects (brightness/contrast, RGB balance, etc.).
· Convert image formats (JPG, GIF, BMP, PICT, TIFF, PNG, etc.).
· Play sounds asynchronously in the background.
· Extract, fade, append and mix sounds.
· Insert silence, tones, and noise.
· Convert sound formats (WAV, AAC/MP4, MP3, M4A, AIF, SND, etc.).
· Store media (documents, images, sounds, movies, applications) directly or by reference.
· Grab HTML text, images, and other files from web sites.
· Export media with a dynamic name and location.
· Move, rename, copy, delete and open external files.
· List volumes, folders, and files.
· Gather detailed information about images, sounds, and other media.
· FileMaker Pro 7 or later.
· Can only run for 30 minutes.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
FileMaker 12 Compatible:
· MediaManager has been updated to be compatible with FileMaker 12.
MP3 Metadata Function Fix:
· The Media_SetMetadata function has been fixed so it now correctly updates the tatags associated with MP3 sound files.
Popup Menu Bug Fix:
· Past versions of MediaManager could cause problems with selecting value lists from popup menus in FileMaker dialogs and the Inspector palette. This has been fixed.
· GetMouseUp and Toolbars on Mac
· On Mac, the Media_GetMouseUp function now adjusts its horizontal coordinates depending on whether or not the Status Toolbar and Formatting Toolbar are displayed. [On Windows, you can manually adjust the results by first calling FileMaker’s Get (StatusAreaState) function.]