Developer: Rod Kent
Current Version: 4.3.0
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 191.7 MB - Download
Turn any picture in to a work of digital art.
Over 35 effects. Share to Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
Also you can save photos as a Video Clips with Effects.
Easy to use. Just drag and drop your photo and select the effect. And it's perfect for taking selfie's by using the built in camera and uploading it to Facebook, Flicker, Twitter or YouTube . You can also make short video clips too.
It's the perfect companion program for iPhoto and iMovie. Or, for adding special effects to your pictures before you uploading them to the your favorite social network site.
Effects by Zugakousaku used with permission.
Special thanks to Matthias Gansrigler and Futurismo Zugakousaku.
Sharing with Flickr requires 10.9 or lesser.
Minor bug fixes for OSX 10.11 and Facebook.
Most Helpful Reviews
Fun, useful, and unique. Well worth the ten dollars! - This is a great little program, especially for this price! I will use a great many of these effects at some point in my work. I shoot, edit and produce video for a living, and I gotta say, this is the best $10 I've ever spent. I could probably reproduce most of these in FCP, Motion, and/or AE, but it would take me several hours to do so. With this app I can set it and let it go. Many of the effects have parameters you can tweak to your liking. Works as advertised, even with HD ProRes clips. It uses the QuickTime engine so it can handle anything that Final Cut can, and it can export in any QT format as well. If you produce video on the Mac, you should buy this app!
Buggy and overpriced - The vast majority of effects are gimmicky and useless. But worst of all, it's very buggy. The controls aren't layed out correctly, and so the first few options are unavailable in each effect. This makes the program essentially useless, as you can't adjust most settings. It's clear the developer didn't test this on anything but his own Mac.
More Reviews for Current Version
Freezes up. - Lately (2016), this does not work on my MacBook Pro Retina Display with videos. Whenever I import a video to work on, it does not show up. I can’t figure it out. I used to use this all of the time, but lately it’s been absolutely unusable. Has this company gone out of business?
Yes! - The Best
Crashes - This is a great program for editing/animating videos, but needs to be updated to clear up issues with crashing. I’m using Sierra 10.12.6 and even before upding versions, it will crash after 10 minutes of use. Once the issue is corrected then I’d definitely recommend it. There are many great video options.