Quick Look: Bee Docs Timeline 3D
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Bee Docs Timeline 3D. The developer describes the app as being able to make 3D timeline charts of world history, family trees, fictional events or business deadlines. The arrow keys or your Apple Remote let you fly over your 3D timelines or integrate them with your Keynote presentations. You can also present details in your timelines as well as the surrounding historical events as context.

Read on for more information and screenshots!


Viewing a 3D Timeline

Viewing a 3D Timeline

Making Changes

Making Changes

About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Full screen 3D timeline presentations.
  • Automatic layout makes timeline charting quick.
  • Drag and drop images to events or chart backgrounds.
  • Export to QuickTime movie, Keynote presentation, PDF, etc…
  • Supports BC dates and international date formats.

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5 or above

Price: $65

Developer: BeeDocs

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  • It’s a cool app, but as a owner (from the MacHeist bundle) I must admit that it is not ready for success yet… While the 3D effect is awesome, we don’t have enough control over the timeline itself. For example, if you have more than one event on the same day, you cannot decide which one will appear first in 3D movement (in Keynote). I just found that the app was not intuitive enough and not complete enough for now. Considering its price, I would recommend that you guys wait for another version.

    • I gree with Edouard’s comment. I bought this app 2 years ago with the hopes I could use it to build timelines for use in PowerPoint and Keynote charts. While it does create visually interesting timelines creating and editing them is awkward and often non-user friendly. BeeDoc’s progression of the tool to allow the user to create 3D timelines that can be exported to Quicktime is very creative but the user has to really struggle to get the timeline content in the tool and arrangement, once there is difficult at best.

      • While I’d agree that the UI needs massive improvements, it is possible to order events in a date by setting a time to them. The earliest shows first.

        If memory serves, it’s a bit awkward to do, as you have to change the format to allow the time (which then displays the time on the event, which you don’t want) you then enter a time and switch the format back. to just display the date and the order sticks.

        I think they’re working on a new version – hopefully we’ll see improvements on this and on printing.

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