Visual Autorun™ 3.2 Makes it Easy to Add Interactive Interfaces to CDs and DVDs

Share Article

New version of Visual Autorun released with enhanced Check-for-Update functionality, improved slideshow capability, additional features for Windows Vista and revamped documentation.

Digitope Corporation has released Visual Autorun 3.2. This version of the disc interface designer makes adding a custom interface to a disc even easier.

Visual Autorun streamlines distribution of documents, files or photos via CD or DVD. Recipients can quickly view available content presented through a slick, professional-looking interface that is completely customizable.

The exclusive Check-for-Viewer™ feature has been improved and now covers all linked files. This innovative feature helps ensure that all recipients are able to view the content on the disc by automatically checking for the presence of the required reader application before trying to open the document.

Another new addition is the option to require setup applications to launch with administrator privileges for proper operation under Windows Vista.

Version 3.2 also includes revamped documentation and improved slideshow functionality.

Visual Autorun runs on Windows XP or Windows Vista. Discs created with Visual Autorun will run on Windows Vista, XP, 2000, Me or 98 SE.

Visual Autorun has earned the Microsoft Works with Windows Vista logo.

Visual Autorun 3.2 is available now from http://www.digitope.com for USD $50, GBP £30, EUR €40. A free trial version is available for download.

About Digitope
Since 2001, Digitope Corporation has specialized in creating innovative solutions to fit needs ignored by the large developers. Our philosophy of creating "shrink-wrap" quality software and then selling direct online has enabled us to offer excellent value to our thousands of customers across the globe. We focus on software to empower creativity, with our music, photo, icon, and font products used by home users, small businesses, corporations and governments.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Eric LeVin II
Visit website