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eLine Launches VideoClix

Software adds interactivity to QuickTime movies By Dave Nagel
eLine technologies has started shipping VideoClix, a new interactive video authoring environment for the Macintosh. According to the company, VideoClix allows authors to build interactivity into objects inside a video file, allowing viewers to click on individual items inside the movie.

eLine says the software can be used for commerce, polling or entertainment applications and can be used on the Web or in DVD content to provide hyperlinks to content on the Web. It's based around Apple's QuickTime technology, as well as MPEG 4, and offers a simple drag and drop interface for creating interactivity. The company says the interactive content generated by VideoClix can be viewed without any additional plugins, and it can be served from any HTTP or RTSP server.

The single-user price is $649. For more information, visit

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