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iPresentee releases Keynote 3D Stuff 3.0

iPresentee releases Keynote 3D Stuff 3.0
iPresentee, developer of add-ons for Apple's iWork and iLife apps, has released Keynote 3D Stuff 3.0, a package of 3D images to be used with Apple's Keynote, iWeb, and Pages.

The Keynote 3D Stuff collection includes 181 3D objects, including a large number of human silhouettes, office objects like pencils, computers, and file cabinets, household items like lamps and chairs, and other whimsical items. Version 3.0 adds 66 new 3D objects to the package, augmenting the 115 included from the previous release.

The background of all Keynote 3D Stuff objects is transparent and can be used on any colored background. Within Apple's Keynote, iWeb, and Pages, these objects can be adjusted for size, orientation, and opacity, fitted with shadows, or even overlapped with one another to create extra effects. All Keynote 3D Stuff objects are designed in 3D. Each object is optimized for 1024-by-768-pixel presentations and for Pages documents or iWeb templates of any size. They’re also compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint and Word.

In addition, iPresentee is offering updated Keynote Show and iWeb Suite packages. The Keynote Show package includes 60 Keynote Themes, 47 Keynote Motion Themes, 115 Keynote Animations and 181 Keynote 3D Stuff objects for $70. The iWeb Suite package includes 35 iWeb Themes, 35 iWeb Themes for Business, 10 iWeb Intros, 75 iWeb Animations, and 181 Keynote 3D Stuff objects.

Keynote 3D Stuff 3.0 is $25 and requires Mac OS X with any version of Keynote, iWeb, or Pages.

Samples and more information about Keynote 3D Stuff are available at iPresentee Website.


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