Star Trails

Developer: Jose Luis Cambero

Current Version: 2.1.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 1.8 MB - Download

Description:

Note:
Some users are having issues exporting pictures. If you are one of them, please, manually change the file extension according to the selected format and export will work.
Please, if you experience some problem with the app contact us by email and we will help you as soon as possible.


An application to generate easy and quick impressive Star Trails pictures and videos.
Import your shots, process, visualize the progress and export.

Stack your pictures without going through photoshop.

## Feedback and support

Write [email protected] or visit http://www.star-trails.com

You can see Star Trails in action on the web and download sample packages.

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Release Notes:

fix exporting problems

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by Nbenadom

5 stars - Now that the export issue has been resolved, I can solidly rate this as 5 stars. This program is way faster and easier than using the other programs I normally use. Even if you use photoshop or some of the other star stack programs, this is still an extremely useful app, even if it’s only used after you edit the timelapse photos and want to then stack them into a star trail image or video. I am totally glad I found this program. It’s given me a new dimension to my photography and videography.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by OrionPhotoBelt

Terrible Experience! - Soon after installing app I loaded a series of images to stack, unfortunately this app does not fill star gaps which is common with star trail photography. The interface is very easy to use, simply load your images and click on “process”. Export however does not work neither in tiff or jpg format despite the fact that I loaded the latest version which claims to “fix the exporting problems”. Before installing app I read the reviews which praised this app but unfortunately I could not say the same, overall I would say that this has been a terrible experience and not worth the $5.99 for which i paid. BUYER BEWARE! Not worth it since it does not export! Developers need to resolve the export issue and allow for star gap filling.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by Nbenadom

5 stars - Now that the export issue has been resolved, I can solidly rate this as 5 stars. This program is way faster and easier than using the other programs I normally use. Even if you use photoshop or some of the other star stack programs, this is still an extremely useful app, even if it’s only used after you edit the timelapse photos and want to then stack them into a star trail image or video. I am totally glad I found this program. It’s given me a new dimension to my photography and videography.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
5/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by scady731

Star Trails - Super simple to use. Developer very responsive. Export issue from last version has been fixed. Great app!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
4/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by Kev6677

works good - So far it works well….great app since it is one of the first astrophotography apps in the app store

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5/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by Blu3dog

AWESOME APP! - Star Trails is a very convenient and simple way to stack images that render them as either a single image or a short video to see the stars movement! This is the only app out there that works well with Mac. Easily worth $5.99. The format and layout is very simple and elegant, quite easy to use with a great outcome. There was an exporting problem but it’s fixed now! The customer service is hands down the best i’ve ever recieved from an app developer. Prompt and personal responses to help you with whatever your problem may be. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! WHOOP WHOOP!!!!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
5/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by miker5577

Easy to use - Great customer service. Helped me out alot when i could not export my image as a JPG. For future customers: if you run into the same problem I did, all you need to do is change the file name at the end to “jpg” and it will work after that.

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