AutoPlay Media Studio is a simple and powerful software for making Autorun. Usually they do not use programming languages such as C / C ++, Java, VisualBasic, etc. for making compact discs (CD / DVD, etc), especially since not everyone has programming knowledge. It takes a lot of time, energy, and energy to make a simple autorun, which makes using these languages for autorun not justifiable.
Making a simple Autorun with heavyweight programming languages like C is like going to a cheesy shop to buy a cheese mold while the bike is a much better choice! To fill this void, lightweight programs such as Autoplay have been launched that make the Autorun a simpler task for all users from beginner to professional as mid-range tools.
AutoPlay Media Studio is software that makes Autorun easy by dragging various elements onto the screen, setting the background, inserting images and even writing scripts to interact with the target system and user. The program does not require much scripting for simple autoresponders and most of the work is done by dragging through different windows. An interesting feature of this program is that after compiling, AutoRan is produced without any specific prerequisite on all platforms ranging from Windows XP to Windows 10.
Although known as Autorun, it is also thanks to its scripting language, Lua (Simplified and Limited Edition of Lua) and even the ability to create simple, interactive games, interact with databases, websites, video players, and more. But keep in mind that the primary purpose of this program is to make Autorun simple, and if you are going to have a lot of scripting involved, complete languages like C or ++ C and similar are the more appropriate choices. (The bike can never do the job!).
Features of AutoPlay Media Studio:
- Making Autorun simple by simply dragging on-screen elements and working with simple windows
- Having more than 20 different objects for faster production of autosaurs
- Powerful scripting language with over 865 built-in functions
- Ability to add new features with plugins and extensions
- No dependency on prerequisite components for executing autorun (eg no need for .NET in target system)
- Compatible with all Windows
- And …
The minimum and recommended system requirements for the AutoPlay Media Studio design environment are:
Note: Signing code in AutoPlay Media Studio with a SHA-256 certificate using SignTool.exe requires Windows 7 SP1 or later.
Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or later
Pentium 4 or greater processor (or equivalent)
256 MB RAM or greater
1024 16 768 display resolution with 16-bit or higher color depth
150 MB of free hard disk space for installation
Run-time Application (Published Project)
The minimum system requirements for AutoPlay Media Studio run-time are:
Windows XP or later
Pentium 120 MHz
32 MB RAM
Note: Requirements may vary depending on the needs of your project. For example, a faster system may require large videos at high bitrates, or your project may require a specific version of the Flash player, or the presence of a specific video codec.
Minimum for Video Object
DirectX 7 or greater
Internet Explorer 4.0 or newer
Minimum for Flash Object
The Flash object will only work if the Adobe Flash Player control is installed on the user’s system. The Flash object’s On FlashCall event is only supported in Flash version 8.0 or later.
Minimum for Web Object
The web object will only work if Internet Explorer ActiveX control is installed on the user’s system. It is compatible with version 4.01 or higher of Internet Explorer control.
Minimum for PDF Object
The PDF object will only work if version 8.0 or later of Adobe Reader ActiveX control is installed on the user’s system. It is installed with version 8.0 or higher of either the free Adobe Reader application, or one of the Adobe Acrobat professional products.
Minimum for QuickTime Object
The QuickTime object will only work if the QuickTime ActiveX control is installed on the user’s system.
Install the application using the serial in the Readme file.
This release was successfully installed on February 13, 98 in Windows 10 64-bit editing and – as shown in the image -.
File password (s): Download Here
Installed version: 70 MB
Portable Version: 66 MB