FotoMagico 6.1.6

What is new in this version?

Version 6.1.6 – August 2022

  • The search UI for Unsplash and Pexels in the new media browser has been overhauled to be more intuitive. Search field and filtering is now inline with the Unsplash or Pexels source.
  • Music.app in new media browser now supports audio files that are stored outside the user’s “Music” folder, e.g. on an external disk. If read access rights are not available, the user is alerted to grant access rights to the folder containing the audio files.
  • The new media browser no longer crashes with playlists containing duplicate songs.
  • Changing a transition via the context menu in the Storyboard now applies to the whole selection, instead of just the clicked transition.
  • Using the “Duplicate” command in the File menu now works correctly.
  • Fixed several issues when using Stage Manager on macOS Ventura.
  • Got rid of some memory leaks after closing a slideshow document.
  • Internal stability improvements.
System Requirements
FotoMagico requires an Apple Silicon or 64bit Intel Macintosh that runs on OS X Catalina (10.15.2) or newer. Performance in FotoMagico will be best, if you have 8GB of RAM (or more), a graphics card with 512MB of video memory (or more) and an SSD instead of a spinning hard disk.
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https://cdn.boinx.com/software/fotomagico/FotoMagico-6.1.6-Boinx-(1015090).app.zip

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About FotoMagico

FotoMagico is a slideshow editor for Apple Macintosh and Apple iPad, developed by Boinx Software International GmbH. The software has been rewarded with several Apple Design Awards. Boinx Software has released FotoMagico 6, the latest version of their top-drawer slideshow authoring software.
The bundle includes applications for both the Mac and the iPad, plus tons of extras including templates and royalty-free music tracks.

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