Humble Daisy, Inc is in the midst of it’s Happy Anniversary Macintosh sale for ProfCast. Humble Daisy is offering a 75% discount on single license purchases of ProfCast between January 24th and January 29th, 2010. ProfCast is a versatile, powerful, yet very simple to use tool for recording and distributing lectures, special events, and presentations as podcasts.
ProfCast is perfect for professionals and educators alike who need to provide a more flexible, richer media to supplement traditional pedagogical tools such as books, course packs, or notes. ProfCast is an ideal compliment to Apple’s iLife Suite. With its integrated workflow, ProfCast provides a low cost solution for recording and distributing lectures, special events, and presentations as enhanced podcasts.
Feature highlights include:
- Records Live Presentations
- Supports Multiple File Formats
- ID3 Tags for iTunes U
- Integrated Podcast Manager
- Export to GarageBand
- Share to iWeb
- URL Linking
- Audio Playthrough Support
ProfCast sports live presentation recording, synchronization of slides with audio, Keynote and PowerPoint support, RSS generation and publishing support. All elements of a presentation, including slide timings, bullet point builds and voice narration are seamlessly recorded. ProfCast allows users to record their presentation as they give it, and also helps publish recorded presentations as enhanced podcasts, complete with RSS.
In celebration of the Macintosh Computer’s 26th birthday (officially January 24th) and in honor of Apple’s continued commitment to insanely great computing, ProfCast is pleased to announce that ProfCast will be sold at 25% of the retail ($59.95) price January 24th 2010 through January 29th, 2010.
ProfCast shares Apple’s continued devotion to innovation and it’s goal of empowering individuals to be inspired, work and exceed their potential. Happy Birthday Mac! Thanks for continuing to give us great shoulders to stand on!
Pricing and Availability:
ProfCast is priced at $59.95 (USD) for a single-user license ($14.99 (US) through January 29th, 2010). A full-featured, 15-day demo is available and a recommended update for all customers. Educational discounts are available.