A Content Management Software for Immersive
MediaShow is an elegant, easy-to-use software suite that lets you customize your planetarium shows. You create buttons that let you play an entire show, or just a portion of a show. Or create buttons with an images or image
sequences. If a sequence, you can specify the maximum time each image shows (or jump ahead with the arrow key), and can specify a sound file to play with your image sequence, making your own easy, customizable show! If you have a movie that isn't a fulldome format, you can specify to play the show on just a portion of the dome, to minimize distortion, and specify a background image to cover the rest of the dome.
runs on both Mac’s and PC’s and comes with all Discovery Dome packages.
It can zoom and rotate images
on the dome “on the fly”. There
is a full VCR-type movie control, as well as
sound level by slider or keystroke. It also has a kiosk mode to control content on a normal projection system or as a museum exhibit.
run on a touchscreen.
Buttons can allow the
user to show just a piece of the show or a complete
show. By using
“autoplay” , a user can put together their
own custom show by using clips from shows and
NASA images in any order or timing sequence, allowing a very simple
show scripting language. MediaSHOW can also launch other programs (e.g. Stellarium or WorldWide Telescope), automatically going to the background.
NEW! movie-in-picture mode for showing movies smaller inside the projector window - specify a background picture and show your movie inside that picture. (Great if you want to show a movie that wasn't designed for fulldome).
There is even
provision for multiple operators. Each
user can program and save their customed
sets of buttons without re-saving the shows.
Single-Screen ("mirror") version of MediaShow"
is also available for laptop users or those using mirror technology - provided free with the "Pro" version or available separately for less cost.
discounts are available. Please call.
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