The ultimate Autorun CD menu software, Autorun Maestro allows you to create any interface you want and create a standalone Windows application from it. Autorun Maestro allows you to put buttons anywhere you want, on a menu of any shape you want... while being easy to use at the same time.
Some of the features Autorun Maestro have are:
Independently placed buttons. You can place buttons anywhere you like on the menu, with snap-to guides to help you. There is even a function which will automatically place the button over the correct part of a background skin image.
A full Button Command Wizard! Three step wizard takes you through the process of setting up the command and behaviour of your button and automatically creates your command and changes the relevant settings for you. The wizard makes it easy for anyone to quickly and easily set up buttons that will open documents, start a program, pass messages to the user, go to an Internet site, etc etc.
Freely shaped form. Dead simple to implement, this feature allows you to have an Autorun menu of any shape or design. Your menu could have rounded edges, or a hole right through the middle, its up to you. Parts missing are really missing, you can click on other windows through the hole!
Accessory Text and Accessory Image. You can have text display when the CD menu opens, and have this text change when the User selects or moves their mouse over a button. In this way you can provide more information to the User about each button before they even click on it. With the Accessory Image (which can be an icon), you can even load up an image when the user selects or moves their mouse over a button. Each button can have its own descriptive text and image.
Settable Tab order. When your end-user clicks the Tab button to go from button to button, YOU choose which button will come next.
The option of Viewer Installation Menus, which automatically come up if the User does not have a viewer installed to view the document you wish to open.
Keyboard shortcuts, where your user can click ALT+[character] to click buttons on your Autoplay menu.
Over ten screen positions for your Autorun menu, which is dynamically placed on the user's screen, irrespective of their screen resolution. The user can also easily drag the menu to move it around the screen.
Ability to load up sub-menus, allowing you endless freedom in organizing and displaying your content.
Ability to show the time and/or date on your Autorun CD menu.
Ability to have any button launch a program, open a file in the User's viewer, open a folder to browse, go to an Internet site, open a pre-addressed email or go to a sub-menu. You can also have a button exit or minimize, with or without executing a command.
Full Undo and Redo functionality.
Settable default button. You can easily set which button is selected when the CD Autoplay menu shows.
The ability to insert and delete buttons, as well as the ability to cut, copy and paste buttons between menus.
Graphical buttons allow for different images for button up, button down and active button events.
Ability to animate your buttons in any state (up, active and down).
Taskbar caption animation.
An image browser to help you select your button images.
Ability for fully custom sound schemes, with different sounds for each button.