Revolution Studio: The new features of Revolution 2.7 include: New object blending capabilities. All objects, including standard system controls such as buttons and fields, as well as media elements such as QuickTime movies, can now be rendered using a rich variety of blend modes and opacity settings. Over 20 brand new blend modes. Includes the industry standard porter-duff and SVG compositing operators. Window level transitions. Now you can perform transitions with alpha channels on an entire window, allowing effects such as rippling applications on the desktop. New image rendering options. Render an image from any object on-screen, preserving the alpha channel, then transform and save. Anti-aliasing Graphics Engine. Revolution’s vector graphics presentation layer is now anti-aliased. Multi-monitor Support. Revolution solutions can now be built to support multiple monitors, including different backdrops on each monitor. Enhanced QuickTime performance. Allows smoother playback and the ability to move movies live during playback. Enhanced dynamic scripting. Preserves state across recompilation, allowing for faster debugging. New Installer with Roll-Back capability. Roll-Back allows you to install newer versions of Revolution as they become available, and go back to any previously installed version. Improved printing. Quality has been improved when printing complex documents containing text and certain types of image. All new documentation including brand new PDF User’s Guide, rewritten to describe the entire product – complete with many new examples. Bug fixes and minor enhancements.
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