iPhone/iPod Touch application:
I would like to be able to create custom playlists with 420x380 static images (no transitions or need to resize down images) for a predetermined period of time accompanied by an audio file. I'm hoping this playlist can be saved and distributed with the audio/picture slides so users can open the playlist and it will automatically start playing from the media stored on the iPhone/iPod Touch. Rewinding or fast forwarding the presentation and syncing to the current slide would be required if this can be implemented (i.e if they skipped to 3h:35m in the aac audio file it would sync up with the correct slide. This would need a running counter of the slides). The slides will be in gif or png format and audio will be in any supported codec (aac, mp3, etc..)
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> [url removed, login to view] (audio file on first line)
> [url removed, login to view], 60s (slides with duration on remaining lines)
> [url removed, login to view], 120s
> [url removed, login to view], 45s
> [url removed, login to view], 65s
All audio/video files (and the .avs playlist file) for a presentation would reside in a single folder on the iPod Touch/iPhone. When users open the playlist file, the presentation should start to play. The folders can be hardcoded into the app so no need to design/implement a File Browse UI box. Presentations will be stored in folders like the following: CAT01PRES01, CAT01PRES02, CAT01PRES03...CAT20PRES20. Roughly 200 presentations - 20 categories with 10 presentations or so in each category. Each presentation has a 3hr audio file with about 30-50 slides. The .avs playlist doesn't have to be editable by the user. I just need to include the file so the presentation plays correctly with the slides in sync.
Would take a proficient developer 12-15 hours (2 full days) to design and debug/test thoroughly. You can decide to put on AppStore yourself (and I will pay for a copy along with potential millions of other AppStore users) or I can buy all rights/code and I will publish myself on AppStore.