Developer: Coffee Break Studios
Current Version: 1.74
Last Updated: 8 months ago
Download Size: 1.4 MB - Download
GET READY TO BE TEXTIFIED
This interactive screen saver turns everything in front of your camera into text!
# Top pick on MacBreak, check out the video on our support page!
"I had this app open for 30 seconds and already love it. great fun."
"I installed this and showed the guys I work with and we were all blown away. So very cool."
# Adjust text color, size and contrast
# Glow effect & falling text particles
# Adjustable Matrix like background effect
# Save as REAL screen saver file
# Save as JPG image
# Multi-screen support
# Core Image based for fast video processing
# Built in or external camera
# OSX 10.10 or later
For any issues or questions:
Please visit out our support page for more info.
Added the ability to set a maximum FPS setting for the screen saver only that allows limiting the resource footprint and adds a nice visual effect.
Please re-save as a screen saver file and run in order to update to the latest version.
Thanks for all your great feedback!
Most Helpful Reviews
Very Cool! Works for me on 10.8. Could use broader contrast range... - This is simply awesome. I love it as a screen saver and wish it had more features as a standalone app (like outputting a text file with the image for other uses or a way to take still frames) BUT my biggest complaint is the contrast. Even set at lowest contrast, it leaves large, dark gaps in the image. I can see why the afircan american reviewer was frustrated. Still, I HIGHLY recommend this, and would have happily paid a couple of dollars for it. OH, and BTW, I'm using OS X 10.8 and have no issues with it.
More Reviews for Current Version
$1 to enter the matrix… done! - This screensaver is great, it just works like you’d expect.
Cool, but has conflict issues - So, this app will not work if you have certain plug-installed. I had to manually remove iGlasses.plugin AND CamTwist.plugin from Library->CoremediaIO->Plug-Ins->DAL to get the app to work. That just isn’t practical (too much trouble). The simple soluation would be a preference so that the user can select the camera so that Textify Me doesn’t (for whatever reason) opt for both incomptible drivers.