Application Systems London (ASL), billed as a specialist Mac software distributor, has announced the new release of Expression Media 2.
The software, the successor to the award-winning iView MediaPro, allows users to quickly browse, compare, organise and present digital media on computers running either Mac OS X or Windows. iView was acquired by software giant Microsoft in 2006.
The new release supports a wide variety of file formats, batch processing and professional functionality for cataloguing and archiving.
System requirements are Mac OS X 10.4.8 or higher, Intel or PowerPC based Mac, Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.
Expression Media 2 has a SRP of £149.95. The electronic version is available to download now, while the boxed will be available in stores shortly.
According to the company, ASL is a value-added Mac software distributor with a reputation for helping suppliers, developers and publishers extend their commercial reach. The company works with Application Systems Heidelberg and Application Systems Paris, to offer developers a well-established, pan-European network in which to showcase products.