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Elasty 2 updates interface, adds manual image stabilization

updated 06:05 pm EST, Mon November 22, 2010

New version optimized for Grand Central

Creaceed has launched v2.0 of Elasty, upgrading the video utility with a new, more refined user interface. Some features of the enhancement tool allow for rotating, flipping and cropping QuickTime movies, as well as applying automatic image stabilization. In v2.0 manual stabilization is possible, with control over strength and scaling. The program additionally supports Quartz Composer effects, and has been optimized for Grand Central processing.

Elasty includes motion tracking and its own special effects library. Some other features include retiming for fast or slow motion, and separate rendering of audio and video. Version 2.0 requires Mac OS X 10.6.5 and 64MB of VRAM; 128MB of VRAM is recommended. The software costs $50.






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