Cinemagraph Pro 1.0.2 (Mac OS X) | 7.5MB
Mesmerize your audience by creating living photos with Cinemagraph Pro.
Cinemagraph Pro is the only professional tool specifically designed for the creation of living photos. With its unique “live-masking” technology, artists can preview their living images in real time and output HD (1080) and UHD (4k) quality hybrid photographs.
An intuitive interface enables swift navigation amongst a full suite of editing modes and with just a few clicks; your living photos are shared with the world. It’s never been easier to create beautiful professional grade Cinemagraph images.
Intuitive Creation. Fast Results.
? Cinemagraph Pro offers a full suite of editing tools for fast and easy creation.
? Trim: Identify your ideal sequence and set the still frame to create a more seamless loop in seconds.
? Still Frame: Customize your work or fix blemishes by easily exporting the still frame.
? Mask: Select a specific area within your photograph to animate by simply “live-masking” the motion right into the image.
? Loop: Select repeat or bounce loop style, loop crossfade, and speed. For a surprise effect, add a delay between loops.
? Effects: Instantly preview almost 30 custom built-in filters.
Render in HD:
? Output as a HD or UHD video or go old school and create an old fashioned GIF.
Share with the World
? Whether it’s creating ads for an online marketing campaign or a wedding - upload your mesmerizing cinematic images in high resolution to a variety of social networks, including Flixel’s very own community.
Universal Web Player:
? Embed your flixel into your blog or website - the Flixel player provides a seamless experience that auto-plays and auto-loops your Flixel image in all browsers and platforms, including mobile.
System Requirements: OS X 10.9 or later, 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended for 4K), OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later, 256MB of VRAM (1GB recommended for 4K), 500MB of disk space.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
? Fixes a crash on import
? Legacy codecs are converted on import instead of displaying "codec not supported" message
? Improved support for videos with low frame rates
? Bug fixes and performance improvementsRyushare