CinemaDrape helps you focus on your current task on the screen (such as a video in a web page, a photo or a document editor area) by instantly blanking or dimming the other less important areas in a web page or in the background windows.
Version: 2.2CinemaDrape helps you focus on your current task on screen, by instantly blanking or dimming the other less important areas in a web page or in the background windows.
Operating System: Windows
CinemaDrape works anywhere and can help you write an important document, watch an online video, compose an email, or play a browser game.
Use CinemaDrape to stop getting distracted by all those side elements, ads, or social network and instant messaging notifications.
With CinemaDrape you no longer have to manually clean up your working screen area, close windows, or watch lower resolution videos in full screen mode just to get rid of the disturbing elements.
CinemaDrape is very easy to use: adding a new transparent focus area is like drawing a rectangle. You can add as many focus areas as you need.
And you can easily move or resize the focus areas using the mouse or arrow keys, save them for future reuse, pause or resume the drape, or change its color and opacity.
Version 2.2: CinemaDrape for Windows has gone Open Source on GitHub. A new icon and a new interface highlight color inspired from cinema drapes. Minor interface improvements.
Version 2.1: Improved native support for Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Version 1.2: With the addition of new context menu items, changing the shortcut keys that can be used to start CinemaDrape is now easier and more intuitive.
Version 1.1: Options to: temporarily pause and reveal the entire screen, allowing you to view important messages or quickly perform some actions in the background programs, without having to close CinemaDrape; set random drape colors or standard focus area sizes; restore the previously selected focus area.
Version 1.0: First public release.