Those of us who have serious video-effects software are happy people (of course, if they really CAN use their software). Besides the serious creative works, they can create small but cool effects for web pages, presentations, and entertainment. But the rest of us, who dont like to buy and study those «professional packages», can still Do The Effects with small, pretty and easy software tools that feature narrower but yet sufficient set of capabilities.
FantaMorph is such a tool, that addresses all tasks about draw morphing between two images (in the very last version, FantaMorph can even calculate series of morphing transformations for series of images!).
In FantaMorphs easy and pretty skin-based interface, ALL things are easy and pretty. You open the two images that you want to morph between (the software supports the majority of existing graphics formats). Before you go on with the morphing, you can edit the images in-place crop, rotate, resize and apply some basic effects. Finally, you setup the «key points» for the morphing and hit Start!
The efficiency of the software allows you to see the immediate preview: a movie with the morphing in the «real» speed. Now you can see this video, all frames in the sequence, and save the video or any of its frames. The software allows saving movies in many formats (even Flash video and self-executable EXE video file!)
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