Scala Inc this week releases the follow-up to its MM100 so-called computer television multimedia business presentation software. This time supporting Microsoft Corp’s DirectX 32-bit digital video gaming application programming interface, its ActiveMovie specification and Internet publishing capabilities. Scala claims the quality of video playback is television-quality and that no programming knowledge whatsoever is required. This version comes nine months after the introduction of MM100. Scala uses its own operating system – MMOS – to link between MS-DOS and Windows 95. 10 year-old Scala was formed in Norway, incorporated in the US in 1992, and has its base in Washington DC. Development is done in Exton, Pennsylvania and Oslo, Norway. Many of the Exton staff come from the old Commodore International Ltd, where they developed the multi-tasking operating system for the Amiga. The MM200 is $300.