Emblaze animates Web sites, presentations

Heck, Mike
June 1997
InfoWorld;06/02/97, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p92F
Trade Publication
Features GEO-Interactive Media Group Ltd.'s Emblaze Creator 2.0 Web multimedia authoring computer software. Ability to build interactive multimedia presentations without special plug-ins; Limited special effects and text support; Price; Contact information. INSET: The bottom line..


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