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PachyForge is a community owned and operated Web site designed to improve communications and promote growth within the Pachyderm open source community.  The site is intended serve both Pachyderm developers and end-users in sharing ideas and supporting one another.

Last Updated ( Friday, 20 May 2011 )
Now in Development - HTML5 Templates for Pachyderm 2.1

Work has begun on a new set of HTML5 templates to replace the Flash templates historically used by Pachyderm. The HTML5 templates will provide a wide range of new capabilities include compatiblity with Apple's iPad, full-screen video, customizable CSS, and audio interface items.  A limited, but working prototype is available at (Note: You must be using an HTML5 compatible browser.) Template completion and public release is planned for early spring 2012.   Check back for updates.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 January 2012 )
New! Free Online Video Training Series for Pachyderm 2.1
Learn how to develop rich multimedia programs at your own pace using the new hands-on video tutorial series .   Developed by experienced Pachyderm program producers and expert trainers, this series is great for individualized and classroom use. Download the tutorial media to follow along and build your own example project from beginning to end. This free series of 15 short video covers basic to advanced topics.
Last Updated ( Monday, 18 October 2010 )
Now Available - Pachyderm 2.1 Users Manual
A fully-updated version of the Pachyderm Users Manual for Pachyderm 2.1 is now available for download.  The manual provides a summary of all of the new features included in Pachyderm 2.1 including the new templates, AV capabilities and accessibility tools. 
Download the PDF version of the 2.1 Users Manual
A separate guide on captioning video for Pachyderm is also available.
Last Updated ( Friday, 20 May 2011 )
New Release: Pachyderm

The Pachyderm installer is now available for public download through Sourceforge. The new multi-platform java-based installer allows Pachyderm to be installed on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux Ubunu platforms.
To learn more about Pachyderm features, technical requirements and installation download the Read Me file .

Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 October 2010 )