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MBSS Starfields 2.1


MBSS Starfields offers the ability to define starfields, nebulas, northern lights, comets, plasma clouds, neon spark ribbons and more. Setup properties of the stars and effect patterns along with the Hue Cone for particle coloring. Starfields are depicted using real-time 3D particle animation where many of the attributes can be configured from the Properties dialog. Field-level Online Help is included as well as an effective variety of Themes. Registration offers the ability to define on-screen messages and copy the display to the Windows clipboard. This product is being offered as Shareware. See the Registration window from the product's Properties Window for details. Features: * Beautiful themes showcase the various Starfield effects. * Hue Cone allows for particle hue and intensity setup. * Define number of stars, speed, gravity, persistence, brightness, etc. * Define Hue Wheel transition effects. * Cycle through Templates in a selected Directory. * Capture Image (preview or full screen) to Windows Clipboard. * Field-level online help for all properties. * Save Templates to share with other users. * Product works internationally per Windows Regional Settings. User Feedback: * All the old Windows screensavers have been replaced with your MBSS savers. * The neon spark rings are an amazing effect. * Thanks for yet another one of your beautiful products. * One of the effects looks like a fireplace -- it makes me feel warm. * The patterns are beautiful, relaxing and imagination-grabbing. * This is a beautiful display of colors and animation, a welcome addition to my desktop.


Download MBSS Starfields 2.1

  • MBSS Starfields Screenshot
  • Mathematically Beautiful Screen Savers
  • Size: 0.65 MB
  • License: Shareware
  • OS: Win98,WinME,WinXP,Windows2000
  • Price: $15
  • Publisher: Mathematically Beautiful Screen Savers
  • Keywords: Stars, Nebula, Northern Lights, Splines, Gravity, Sparks, Light, 3D animation, particles, space

  • MBSS Starfields