Sunday, September 11, 2011

Fantamorph: Must Try

One of my first attempt at flash videos.  It is a short Fantamorph clip  that is mainly geared toward taking one image and having it, throughout a series of frames, varying from 25, to 1000's.  The one below is no longer than 100 frames, with an altered image size, as initially it was an unbelievable 255 MB at six seconds.  

Fantamorch is quite fun and no doubt definitely the first step in moving towards video rendering by artistic creation.  This is not bound by any means to image morphing alone and can serve as a means to transition to and from multiple images, and loop back and forth.  Fantamorph offers multiple export features and videos formats...it even offers HTML offline with an imbue option.  This is great for reducing upload rate.or for incorporating into an offline blog editor directory.

There is free software that can be used for this purpose. It is obviously better to use a software that has a substantial platform with multiple features with minimum confusion. For this reason I attached at link  below for Fantamorph's 30 day free trial that is definitely worth having a look at. It is downloadable and does not require you give any credit card information or anything like that.  Just a simple straight forward trial for a month that is no doubt worth doing.  It may be time consuming at first, given the resulting length of video but to create anything is satisfying in and of itself. 

The below link is for the Abrosoft FantaMorph Pro Free 30 day Trial.



I know some of you would love to give this a try.  I ended up getting lucky and receiving it with PhotoImpactPro...So I can't wait to explore more of it's features and as stated  earlier here is my first creation.

Hope you in this little short creation.


video




6 comments:

Fred said...

That's pretty cool. I've got a bunch of things like that for free here and there but never gave much time to play around with. DAZ is one of those items, 3D renderings , seemed cool but never got around to using it too much. This one you got seems really cool though, thanks for sharing, post any more things you come up with on it, would be interested to see how it goes, thanks

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Anonymous said...

brinkka2011 says: Great blog you have here but I was wondering if you knew of any community forums that cover the same topics talked about in this article? Id really love to be a part of group where I can get feedback from other knowledgeable people that share the same interest. If you have any recommendations, please let me know. Appreciate it!

Randy Sturridge said...

I played around with it and learned that way...In terms of finding a forum I'm sure one could be found pretty easily...Even through the link, which goes directly to cnet.com. They have reviews of the product and through their you can network with those that have used the app. I will locate a forum for you and get back to you shortly...Thanks

Randy Sturridge said...

here you go sir...forum directly for fantamorph. http://www.fantamorph.com/forum/