If you are looking for Juicer, you have come to the right place. We explain what Juicer is and point you to the official download.
What is Juicer?
Juicer is multimedia management software that is primarily used for searching, browsing, previewing and generally managing all types of multimedia files – photos, films, videos, audio, and music files. The software is designed and developed by Digital Juice, a software and multimedia company.
Juicer has its own library of templates which are customizable and can easily be imported and used for any type of creative project. The library contains still graphics, animations, music tracks, and sound effects that can be transferred from the source to another location with a simple mouse gesture. It also has an embedded thumbnail preview capability so as to allow the user see all the changes as well the creative content produced with this software. It supports various multimedia formats including AVI, WMV, PNG, BMP JPEG, TIFF, and PSD.Once installed, regular updates are provided to make users abreast with the changes and the latest additional features released by the developer.
Juicer is also equipped with technology a rendering technology that can easily be grasped even by beginners. Broadcasting and/or publishing any project generated using the software on the Web is also possible.
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File types supported by Juicer
Our users primarily use Juicer to open these file types:
About file types supported by Juicer
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Last updated: : August 1, 2013