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Renesis Player

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Renesis Player

Developer(s) examotion GmbH
Last release 1.1.1 / 2008 (2008)
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type Scalable Vector Graphics
License Proprietary
Website defunct

The RENESIS Player is a SVG compatible viewer and renderer, which was distributed by examotion GmbH (Insolvency since June 2010[1]). It runs on the Windows platform.

The player passed 58.73% of all test in the official World Wide Web Consortium test suite.[2]


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