Installing MemoryMixer 2 was very simple, however, I did encounter a QuickTime error after the mandatory computer restart and initial startup of the application. The likely culprit in this case, was running QuickTime already, and starting MemoryMixer 2 caused a redundancy error. In any case, this is an obvious error, and should be fixed. The PC system I used for this installation was DigitalDingus PC System #1, because I wanted to see how stable MemoryMixer 2 was, as well as if it could function under an older PC system. Even though QuickTime is certainly not one of my preferred application environments, Lasting Impressions appears to keep it tame, which gets a thumbs-up from me.
|MemoryMixer (version 2)|
by Lasting Impressions
Features: Create your own digital scrapbook with ease, as well as add music and video for a complete multimedia experience. Create your digital scrapbook from an initial collection of 40 QuickMixes, 200 backgrounds, and 1,200 embelleshments.
Official Website: www.memorymixer.com
Current Price: Buy Direct
When you first start MemoryMixer 2, the following window appears in the foreground:
From here, you choose whether you want to create a new album, process your album to another form of media, open an existing album for editing, or visit the company's website.
Creating The Digital Scrapbook
After choosing to create a new album, what remains is selecting the theme for your particular scrapbook, then adding photos to the theme. It's a very uncomplicated process, and I was already finishing my first scrapbook within a few minutes.
Exporting Your Scrapbook To Media
Once you've created your scrapbook, you now have the option of putting it on DVD or a wide variety of other ways and formats.
MemoryMixer 2 allows for just about any kind of media format you may want to export your scrapbook to.