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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
RealPlayer 10 for Mac coming soon


RealNetworks has announced the forthcoming release of RealPlayer 10 for Mac OS X, the latest release of their media player software for Mac users. The software is being released as a public beta version on Wednesday.

Able to play audio and video in formats include RealNetworks' own RealAudio and RealVideo formats, RealPlayer 10 for Mac OS X can also play back QuickTime video content in full screen mode, offers video controls and a graphic equalizer, integrates a browser window and supports Rendezvous, Apple's terminology for zero-configuration networking. The software plays back free content and subscription-based content made available through RealNetworks' RadioPass and SuperPass services.

In related news, RealNetworks also announced that its Real 10 Export Plug-in is available in final form as a free download. Released in April as a public beta, the plug-in enables Mac-based content creators who use Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Xpress Pro and other software to export their work to RealAudio 10 and RealVideo 10 formats.

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