New in Version 3.7
Professional Features

  • Streaming ACN
  • RDM (over ArtNet)
  • SmNet (Network Control Protocol)
  • MIDI Macro
  • Grass Valley Triton Router Macro
  • LightwaveRF Macro
  • Blackmagic DeckLink Renderer
  • Blackmagic ATEM Production Switcher Control
  • MIDI Show Control

(professional features require the purchase of a Pro license)

Highlighted Features

  • Formatted Text Object
  • Date and Time Text Object
  • Image Text Object
  • Countdown Text Object
  • Countdown Clock Text Object
  • On Screen Schedule Display
  • Text File Display and Live Update
  • Schedule Wait For Break
  • Multiple Clip Links
  • Clip Templates
  • Live Audio Clip
  • Repair All Clips
  • Link Edit Tool
  • Live Internet Stream Clip

Other Features

  • Fixed Clip Page Size
  • Clip Schedule Indicator
  • Links in Clip Tooltip
  • Shows Clip Links in Scheduler
  • Clip Search
  • Custom User Clip Thumbnails
  • Relative Media Paths
 New in Version 3.6

Professional Features:

  • User Definable Macros
  • RS232 Device Control
  • Windows Shell Command Macro
  • TCP Control Macro
  • Zoom, PanX and PanY the clip in a layer
  • ArtNet Output Display
  • CITP Library Capability (allows you to organise you clips in pages)
  • Pixel Mapper DMX Merge

(professional features require the purchase of a Pro license)

Highlighted Features:

  • Brightness, Contrast and Colour Adjustment
  • Snakes Effect
  • Schedule Clip Dashboard
  • Go and Fade Out for All Layers
  • Audio EQ Effect which responds to live audio
  • Pair Clips
  • Random Link or Random Play
  • Swap Clip Media
  • Page Bookmarks

Other Features:

  • Link Time Auto Fill
  • Multi-edit in Space / Cue List Clips
  • Double Click to Play Option
  • Seperate Layer and Display Profile Dashboards
  • Colour Clip Live Monitor
  • Mute Clip Audio
  • AAC Audio File support
  • FFDShow Decoder Priority
  • m2v and m4v support
  • Load Show and All Settings Option
  • Improved Page Control
  • Package Support Added to Image Clips
 New in Version 3.5

Professional Features:

  • Clone Layers to duplicate the output of one layer on another.
  • Pixel Mapping
  • CITP/MSEX talkback to lighting consoles and DMX visualisers
  • ArtNet DMX control

(professional features require the purchase of a Pro license)

Highlighted Features:

  • NEW Audio Layer
  • Extra video layer bringing the total to 5 layers
  • New Scribble Clip to allow freehand drawing on a layer
  • Test card clip to display test images
  • SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) support
  • Text Clip for displaying text on the screen
  • Package Show
  • Rotate and Flip Layer

Other Features:

  • Adjust settings whilst running your show at the same time
  • Optional larger toolbox icons for touch screens
  • Extra effects generator shapes
  • Add custom images to effects generator
  • Colour schemes
  • Improvements to display profile editor
  • Firefox web browser
  • Link at start of clip
  • Layer size and position control through DMX

 

 New in Version 3.4

Highlighted Features:

  • Live video snapshot clip which takes still images of live video.
  • Copy and paste clip.
  • Multiple schedule times on a single clip.
  • Multi layered spaces extending the current 3 layer limit.
  • Layer dimensions in pixels.
  • New statistics plugin which records the time and date any clip was played.
  • New clear layer clip.
  • Lock window layout to avoid accidental closing of windows.

Other Features:

  • Play and stop button added to spaces.
  • Link DVD clip at the end.
  • Copy and paste layer settings.
  • Link space clip once all clips have played.
  • Schedule time in info bar.
  • Additional ArtNet control channels added.

 

 

 New in Version 3.3

Highlighted Features:

  • Cue audio clips by setting the start and stop points.
  • Search label filter when searching for songs.
  • New and improved Ticker tape clip.
  • View profiles which allow you to save and restore your window positions.
  • DVD quick play from the DVD drive.
  • New Effect Clip to play animated graphics that can be customized.
  • Move a range of clips.
  • Improved display profile editor where layers can be hidden.
  • New ArtNet control.
  • New Screensaver Clip to play windows screensavers in a Screen Monkey layer.
  • Restore all settings when loading a show.

Other Features:

  • Play clip by index with MIDI command.
  • Custom verse tags within song clips.
  • WMA audio file support.
  • Live video audio input select.
  • Audio clip play state indicator.
  • Create clip list is now sorted by last used.
  • Toggle edit mode keyboard shortcut.
  • Rubber band selection of clips in edit mode.
  • Multiple action triggers.
  • Support for audio clips on 64Bit windows.
  • Improved audio looping to make it seamless with more formats.

 

 

 New in Version 3.2

Highlighted Features

  •  Dockable windows to help you easily create the display you want. The live monitor or the edit windows can be attached to the main dashboard to put the right information where you want it.
  • Space clips provide an easy way to arrange your clips. Each space can contain a number of other clips to help you organsise and play your clips.
  • 3D transition effects when using the WPF renderer.
  • Add clip wizard and single click clip creation.
  • Auto save to avoid loosing your show.
  • List your clips in a spreadsheet style grid or use the old panel layout.

Other Features

  • Command line control of Screen Monkey
  • File association support for double click open file.
  • Move or insert clip
  • DVD chapter tree for easy navigation.
 New in Version 3.1
Highlighted Features
  •  Clip scheduler
  • Song words clip
  • Live layer transparency control
  • Clip information bar
  • Alpha transparent PNG image support
  • Custom layer shapes
  • Layer profile transitions
Other Features
  • Quicktime video support
  • Disable video thumbnail generation
  • Use delete key to delete clips in edit mode
  • Drop saved show into existing show to add all the clips
  • Clip forward and reverse to step through all the clips
  • Insert clip
  • Layer monitors are now docking windows
  • Clear active layer
  • Select MIDI device to use
  • Disable or enable VMR for video and DVD clips
  • Select the video decoder for video clips
  • Repair all clips
  • Choose DVD audio language
  • Go to DVD menu button
  • Jump to slide number with keyboard input
  • Layer transparency indicator
 New in Version 3
This version sees a host of new features and improvements as well as some ground breaking new features in software of this catagory. With the new Picture in Picture features and text overlay it now makes Screen Monkey a hugely powerful program that can deliver professional looking presentations.

  • Fully Vista compatible!
  • Export DVD clip cue points.
  • Live monitor for DVD, Image and Freeze clips.
  • Link clips together to automatically play them in the linked order.
  • Repair clip allows you to search for a missing media file if it gets moved or deleted.
  • Advanced mouse and keyboard control. Plug in multiple keyboard and assign different actions to different keyboards. Set whether a key is globally controlling Screen Monkey.
  • MIDI control.
  • Run multiple instances of Screen Monkey at one time.
  • New, Save and Open Show
  • Resizable dashboard area to increase the number of clips visible on the screen.
  • Unlimited pages.
  • Choose from three sizes of clip panels.
  • Goto Page
  • Shortcut to cue clip.
  • Ticker Tape clip
  • Three display layers, allowing you to run multiple clips at once. Change where and what size the layer is on the screen. Gives the capability to perform Picture in Picture or overlay text with transparent clip backgrounds.
  • Loop video and DVD clips.
  • Adjust the volume of Video and DVD clips.
  • Display profiles.
  • Multiple file drop, quickly add many files as clips.
  • Play, Pause and Stop play state indicator.
  • Edit multiple clips at once. Set the link, layer and remove.
  • Use the {Ctrl} key to rewind a clip while it is playing.
  • and more ...
 New in Version 2
With version 2 came the ability to have better control over your show by being able to see what was happening live on stage. With this and improvements made to all the clip types it made a great advance over version 1.

  • Support for Flash presenations.
  • Video cueing, providing you with the ability to set a start and stop time for video.
  • Live monitor providing information about what is taking place on the main screen. Also provides controls for video such as pause and seek.
  • Assignable keyboard hotkeys to play clips at the press of a key.
  • Improved Live Video features.
  • New fade wipe effect.
  • Export Power Point presenation to flash including recorded transition times.
  • Export Power Point presentation to podcast format. Still requires Chapter Tools to generate the podcast.
  • Better control over Power Point presenations such as loop and continue.
  • and more....
 What can ScreenMonkey do?
I would like to take you through some of the main things that Screen Monkey can do.

Screen Monkey is a Second Monitor control center:
  • Full screen display.
  • Specify which monitor to output your media to.
  • Simple and easy to use control panel.
  • Load up your media and then just click to display that media.
  • Drag your media straight onto the control panel.
  • Displays a preview image and legend for each media item.
Screen Monkey supports many different media types:
  • Define a colour to set the monitor output to.
  • Use images to display place holders on the monitor.
  • Supports the main types of video media including mpeg, avi, wmv.
  • Play DVDs from the required chapter.
  • Run your PowerPoint presentations directly from the software.
  • Plug in a live Video Camera and display that on the second monitor.
  • Freeze the current output of the monitor.
Screen Monkey provides effects to fade between different types of media:
  • Contains many effects that can be applied when media is displayed, including fade.
  • Set the stop and start points of the effect to show two media clips at the same time
Screen Monkey is easily accessible:
  • Show as a toolbar so that it is always accessible whatever program you are using.
  • Global hotkeys to display clips from any program using keyboard shortcuts.
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