Timeline 3D 5.3

Create and customize timeline presentations.
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Generate 3D representations for your timelines to share data view with an audience. Work with presets or create new projects and manage individual items representing marks, deadlines, special events, etc. Emphasize certain elements to get the point across.

Timeline 3D is a powerful tool developed by BEEDOCS and is used for creation of historical maps. It allows the users to input various events, information about the events, pictures, videos and sounds to create a complete timeline story. It has appealing graphics and an easy-to-use menu that grants the users quick access to all of the features. The interface is tidy and well organized and can help the users to quickly find their way around the program.
The tool provides great support for other applications and websites, as it allows for quick access to well-known websites like YouTube, iTunes and others. This feature-rich application comes with a 3-d viewer that allows the users to see and interact with the full historic of events in full screen, making it easy to edit moments in time, to add multimedia files and such. Also, this piece of software is highly customizable, as it allows the users to format their styles, fonts, use special characters and more.
Basically, it is safe to say that Timeline 3D is a powerful and complete tool for "drawing" and viewing events, historical facts, connections and relationships; it can also be used for teaching purposes.

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Pros

  • Event entry editing
  • Multimedia data import
  • 3D viewing
  • Highly customizable

Cons

  • Freezes when loading existing maps

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Too expensive for what it is - also doesn’t sync between iOS and macOS.

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