Corel Delivers Graphics Software for Preview on Mac OS X
Press release from the issuing company
Macworld, San Francisco, CA – Corel Corporation (NASDAQ: CORL, TSE: COR) is pleased to introduce beta previews of Corel® KnockOut 1.5.1 masking software and Bryce® 4.1 for Mac® OS X at Macworld today. These professional imaging products are available for download and preview at www.corel.com/support/downloads/index.
"Corel's creative product line is an impressive array of award-winning, professional applications. Corel KnockOut 1.5.1 and Bryce 4.1 for Mac OS X are proof that we are working at the pace that professional creative designers need," said Ian LeGrow, executive vice-president, creative products. "We're showing our commitment to the Macintosh creative platform by offering users a chance to try the products before release with the beta versions of Mac OS X – we're confident that our users will appreciate having our award-winning applications to work with on Mac OS X."
Corel KnockOut 1.5.1 and Bryce 4.1 for Mac OS X are available for downloading immediately. The free downloads for Bryce and Corel KnockOut can be obtained from the Web site until March 15, 2001.
"With an incredible new user interface called ‘Aqua™' and stunning 2D and 3D graphics capabilities built-in, Mac OS X is the perfect platform for the creative community," said Clent Richardson, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. "Corel KnockOut 1.5.1 and Bryce 4.1 built for Mac OS X offer innovative and leading-edge solutions for professional creative designers worldwide."
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