The program lets you control web-cameras connected to the computer, as well as Canon EOS SLR cameras. Using the program, you can control filming using web-cameras or SLR cameras and then assemble animation films from the shots you filmed.
Version: 1.3.0The program lets you control web-cameras connected to the computer, as well as Canon EOS SLR cameras.
License: Free To Try $29.50
Operating System: Windows
You can change the camera settings directly from the program and turn on the LiveView mode to view images on the computer screen from the cameras viewfinder in real time.
To make your animation smooth, without breaks, the program has a feature for layering the current image (the image from the camera in LiveView mode) over several previous shots and a net.
Therefore, you can always tell how much the object you were filming shifted in previous shots and how much it should shift in this shot.
An additional filming mode assessing motion in the shot.
After filming a shot, the program waits for motion to appear in the shot and then waits for the motion to stop. Then the program films another shot.
This lets us move objects in front of the camera and then let the filming take place in automatic mode after we stop moving those objects (or take our hand away from the shot).
This is very easy and significantly helps when filming animation because there is no need to even press the Shoot button.
The program lets you view the video you filmed and save it in a file in avi or mov (MotionJPEG) formats.
Both standard and wide-screen video modes are available. After saving the video file, it can be posted on YouTube and shared with friends.
Version 1.3.0: Added support for new camera models.