MovingPicture allows documentary and industrial filmmakers to pan and zoom on high resolution images (up to 8,000 by 8,000 pixels), ala “Ken Burns.”
Supports all industry-standard editors
Handles images up to 8,000 by 8,000 pixels
32-bit full color sub-pixel rendering for smooth motion
Very easy to use
Real time preview
Fast, high-quality output imagery
Alpha channel support
Transfer shows between Windows and Macintosh systems
Full 3D Camera motion for spins and skews
Moves on curved or straight paths
Complete control of ease-ins and outs
16:9 aspect support
Many keyboard shortcuts
Image controls such as contrast and brightness
Automatic video-safe color adjustment
Automatic colored borders
Automatic picture rescaling
Multiple processor support for fast rendering
Works in PAL, NTSC, HD, and 24P
32 levels of undo/redo
Full cut-and-paste of KeyFrames
Rather than use an expensive and bulky motion-control rig or animation stand, often requiring expensive photographic prints, MovingPicture takes high-resolution scanned images and allows for perfectly repeatable pans and zoom moves on a desktop computer.
MovingPicture is very simple to use. The image appears on the screen. Dragging and sizing a framing box icon on top of this image changes the view, adding key frames onto the timeline.
Since you can preview the motion in real time without any rendering, the design process is very rapid. All motion paths are smooth, splined, and tapered. Motion is field-rendered to sub-pixel accuracies, with full alpha channel support.
Windows 95/98//NT/2000/XP/Vista/7 (32/64-bit)
MacOS 7/8/9/X (32-bit only)
Avid 32-bit (All Editors) Win or Mac
Avid 64-bit (All Editors) Win or Mac
Final Cut Pro (32-bit only) Mac
Premiere Win or Mac
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