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XACT is an audio authoring tool released by Microsoft as part of XNA. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT, SEHK: 4338) is an international computer technology corporation with 2005 global annual sales of close to $40 billion USD and about 64,000 employees in 85 countries and regions which develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of software products for computing devices. ... XNA (Xbox/DirectX New generation Architecture) is a proposed successor to DirectX, uniting varied game development APIs into a common framework, allowing developers to speed up the development process and cut down on the rising costs of game development. ...

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  • http://www.microsoft.com/xna/faq.aspx

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xACT 1.55 – Mac OS X – VersionTracker (371 words)
Notify me when xACT is updated on VersionTracker.
I am still using xAct 1.4b24, but noticed something odd when playing around with the Flac Tag tool of this pack.
When a.flac "disc" field is edited in xAct, the changes do not show up in the "disc" field after the same file is opened in Media Rage.
Electronic Discovery | Litigation Support | Xact- Intelligent Document Solutions (215 words)
Xact has an industry-recognized reputation for excellence in litigation support, the use of technology in the electronic discovery process, and outstanding customer service.
Through Xact’s unique imaging methods and electronic discovery process, document review is more efficient for legal teams and less costly for our clients.
Capable of handling both electronic files and paper-based documents, the Xact electronic discovery method generates a fully searchable database, facilitates efficient electronic review of the documents, and provides electronic and paper-based production tools.
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