Magic Bullet Arsenal is a mobile, connected portfolio for showing and sharing your creative work. Arsenal makes it easy to create rich, customized portfolios of the images and movies on your iPad, on Dropbox, or FTP—and share them with anyone.
Arsenal Collections are simple, gorgeous presentations of your images and movies that look incredible on the new iPad’s Retina display. Browse them by scrolling through each Strip independently, swipe from one full-screen image to the next, or launch a slideshow. You can customize the look and feel of your Collections, right down to adding your own logo.
Sharing is free! When you share a Collection with a colleague, your message contains a link to the free Arsenal Reader app, so anyone can view it. Once you link a Collection to folders in the cloud, Arsenal keeps it in sync for everyone. Your collaborators can easily send you an email message about anything in the Collection.
Arsenal: It’s your connected portfolio.
Arsenal is great for any creative professional in a client-based business.
* Ready for the new iPad. Present and view your portfolio in beautiful detail on the new iPad’s Retina display.
* Arsenal is easy to browse. The Light Table display is a unique way of browsing images and movies. Your Collections can contain as many “Strips” as you like, and each Strip scrolls independently.
* Arsenal files are tiny. Email an Arsenal Collection that is linked to media on Dropbox or FTP. Recipients can open that file in the free Arsenal Reader, and they’ll see exactly the presentation you designed, even your logo.
* Your Collections are always in sync. Once you share a Collection to Dropbox, FTP or an exported file, Arsenal keeps the Collection updated for every viewer. You can make changes to a presentation after you’ve sent it!
* Syncing is optional. You can also create an Arsenal Collection using only media from your local Photo Library. When you share this file, all the images and movies are contained in the file—no syncing necessary.
* The Arsenal Reader app is FREE. Share your Arsenal project file with anyone; all they need is an iPad and a network connection.
* Collections are cached. Arsenal keeps local copies of your media, so you can browse them even when you’re offline. You decide how much space Arsenal uses on your iPad.
* Supports original iPad, iPad 2 and new iPad; and iOS 4.2 and iOS 5.0+
* Full support for Retina display
* Supports images up to 5,000 pixels wide or high; original iPad images up to 3,000 pixels
* Photo formats: JPG and PNG
* Video formats: H.264 and MPEG-4 in .mp4 and .mov file formats
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