The announcement of the new Version 5 released last July included a generous 40% discount for all new and existing Presenter users. Sadly… this offer is coming to an end on the 31st March. The free evaluations will remain in place so there is still time to try out any of the Presenter editions and […]
A new software update 220.127.116.114 is now available for all Presenter V5 editions. This is a minor update that adds support for 125% scaling. Head over to the download page for the setup file for your edition.
We have updated the free trial process to separate it from the subscription purchase. This means that you no longer need your credit card details to try out any product. Free registration links are provided with the description on the Editions page. All purchases are handled as normal via the Pricing page. In lieu of […]
We are excited to announce that Presenter 5 is now available… along with our brand new web site.
We are excited to announce that the pre-release (beta) version of Presenter 5 is now available. UPDATE: Nov 02, 2017 – New build 18.104.22.1682 is now available.
A couple of users have recently contacted us after observing a noticeable delay when changing song slides in Presenter after performing a Windows update. It turns out the update in question is the Windows 10 Build 1703, commonly referred to as the Creators Update released in April 2017 and is progressively being rolled out by regions worldwide.
We are excited to let you know that Presenter Version 5 is on it’s way! We expect to announce this officially in a matter of weeks and will make it available as a (free) beta release initially. Stay tuned for details, special pricing and how you can be one of the first to try it out. UPDATE: […]
As many users have been upgrading their system to Windows 10, here are some tips on ensuring Presenter 4 is able to play videos and other DirectShow media without problems. I’ve included notes for Version 2 and 3 as well.
A number of users have recently contacted us regarding transferring their Presenter 3 system from a computer with Windows XP to Windows 7 or 8. If you haven’t already heard, Microsoft announced that support for Windows XP is ending on April 8, 2014 and users are rightly concerned about its continued use.