Yes! We offer a fully-functional 14 day trial you can grab right here.
Tumult Hype requires OS X 10.6.6 or later; this includes the latest OS X 10.9 Mavericks! Any Mac which can run OS X 10.6.6 also supports Tumult Hype.
Tumult Hype was built specifically for the Mac, and we do not currently plan to build a Windows version. If you feel that a Windows version of Tumult Hype would make your world an infinitely better place to live, feel free to drop us an email or let us know in the forums. We’re human, after all.
Like any application purchased from the Mac App Store, you can install Tumult Hype free of charge on every Mac you own by going to the Purchases tab and installing. If you’ve purchased Tumult Hype through our website, please refer to your email containing your license key to install Tumult Hype on an additional machine.
If more than one person will use Tumult Hype, then a multi-user license must be purchased. We offer this as an option in our Tumult Store. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions or special licensing needs.
We offer an educational discount, multi-user/bulk discount, non-profit organization discount, and a discount for Apple Employees. Multi-user and educational licenses can be purchased through our Tumult Store. If you have any other questions, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help you out.
The latest version of Tumult Hype is 2.0.2 (248). Tumult Hype 2 is a paid upgrade from 1.x, and must be purchased from the Mac App Store or our own Tumult Store. Upgrades to Hype 2 will be free. If you purchased Hype 2 from the Mac App Store, upgrades are made available through the Updates section in the App Store app. If you’ve purchased Tumult Hype from our store, you may check for updates by clicking on the Hype menu, then choosing Check for Updates.
Documents created or modified in Tumult Hype 2.x cannot be opened by earlier versions. Documents created in any earlier version of Tumult Hype may be opened by Tumult Hype 2.x.
Tumult Hype is compatible with:
If Tumult Hype can’t find a fallback that works across all browsers, it uses the most widely compatible HTML5 features and provides detailed warnings about relevant browser incompatibilities. In a worst-case scenario, you’l know exactly what won’t work in which browsers and why. It’s always a good idea to check the output in browsers you want to support since many factors like text size and font support differ across browsers. If you have a specific question about what specific code works in what browsers, please visit caniuse.com or email us.
A minimal document only requires 3 network requests and 49.79 KB for the client to download (20.24 KB when gzip compressed).
The exact size is dependent on how many resources, scenes, animations, etc. in your document. Images are preloaded to ensure high fidelity animations, so large images can significantly delay loading. See Decreasing load times: Speeding up large Tumult Hype Documents if you are encountering unexpectedly large load times for your animation.
You’ll need to upload your exported document with an FTP program. We’ve created a guide to exporting and uploading Tumult Hype documents. Tumult Hype also has the ability to export documents to Dropbox, which is primarily useful for sharing during development. If you are looking for a hosting provider, we recommend Dreamhost.
Absolutely. For any element, add or edit the element’s inner HTML code by choosing Edit > Edit Element’s Inner HTML.
If you’e using a visual editor like iWeb, Sandvox, Rapidweaver, or Dreamweaver, you will need to paste HTML generated by Tumult Hype into an HTML widget or stack (in RapidWeaver’s case) or add it in the code view provided by the editor. For exact details on adding HTML to a webpage, please check our Exporting FAQ to see whether there’s already an answer; if not, please consult the documentation for the website editor you’re using.
Tumult Hype requires that you are able to:
Yes. Tumult Hype allows you to edit the inner HTML of any element, allowing you to use arbitrary HTML and CSS. You can also insert an HTML Widget element, which is an iframe and can load arbitrary URLs. By editing the inner HTML — that is, double-clicking the element, then clicking on the pencil icon that appears under it — you’ll find that you can add virtually any type of external web page.
We want to make sure that Tumult Hype is as useful as possible to as many people as possible. To that end, we’re paying close attention to user requests, but we can’t comment on when any given feature will be added.
If you need support for a certain feature in Tumult Hype, please let us know and we’ll add it to our list! Send us an email here.
We’re glad you asked! There are a few ways to get in touch with us. First, we recommend taking a look at the forums; it’s possible someone else has already had the same question and found an answer. Even if they haven’t, you can post your question there and we’ll give you an answer as soon as possible. If you would rather keep your question private, you can email us directly at [email protected].
If you’re having a problem with Tumult Hype itself, the easiest way to let us know about it is to use the issue reporter within the app. Click on the Help menu, and click Report an Issue. This is a very convenient solution because with your permission, Tumult Hype will include information about your computer system that’s very useful to us when answering your questions.