Elasty — The Movie Toolbox
Developer: Creaceed SPRL
Current Version: 2.0.3
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 12.3 MB - Download
Elasty is a Movie Toolbox for customizing movies with many advanced features.
You can import various movie formats from any source, including direct access to your iPhoto and iMovie media. You can also use your iSight directly, from within Elasty, to import a picture or animation.
- Movie Adjustments: Crop, rotate and flip the movie like you usually do with still images.
- Movie Stabilization: Easily remove distracting vibrations resulting from camera shake with the automatic or manual stabilization modes.
- Motion Tracking for following the motion of one or several objects.
- Special Effects Library: 11 effects available (i.e. Blur, Color, Distortion, Particles...) with many variants. Use up to 34 effects to customize your movies. You can even import your own Quartz Composer effects.
- Retiming: Fast motion and slow motion will help you place emphasis in the movie, while preserving the sound pitch and naturalness.
Many Output Options
- QuickTime movies, enabling further compositing in Final Cut Pro or iMovie.
- Separate Rendering for Sound and Image.
- Entire or Partial Movie Rendering.
Imagine 1001 ways to customize movies using Elasty:
- Stabilize a movie so that you can watch it in a more convenient way
- Rotate a movie which was recorded in portrait mode when it should have been in landscape mode
- Add an African mask, hippie glasses or bad boys tattoos on your brother's face
- Make your sister look like an alien
- Add a movie of yourself next to your favorite actor
- Define a blur zone that will follow somebody's eyes
- Emit particles from moving objects
- Add beating hearts around your best friends at their wedding
- Change the speed of some parts to emphasize the importance of what's happening...
- Compatibility fixes for OS X Mountain Lion
- Fixed incorrect effect offset when smooth border is ON
- Fixed progress bar glitches when tracking probes
- Future proofing of document file format, preparation for sandbox
Most Helpful Reviews
Best Stabilizer I’ve Used in 5 Years - This stabilizer is fantastic but frustrating. Since it works so well, I’ll keep the 5 star rating but it badly needs to retain the settings from the previous run or at least have a little configuration file to allow the user to specify the location of processed files only once, not for every file. Also it defaults to “average” quality so if one is stabilizing 15 short clips, one gets to change both the export quality and location 15 times. Even a $5 app should have these features. But the output files are fantastic (or can be based on user experience). If you want a good stabilizer, this is it, but it could easily be made much better.