From the front page:<br><br> Stone Design has announced iMaginator, a new image processing application that will be released on April 29, concurrent with Apple's release of Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. "iMaginator provides over 106 effects, transitions and filters to let you alter images in real time, providing an intuitive and easy to use interface for Mac OS X 10.4's Core Image technology. Layer images and text and apply any number of effects to achieve astounding artistic results. You can instantly save processed images to TIFF, JPEG or create QuickTime movies." iMaginator will be priced at US$49.<br><br>Will have to check this out.<br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
Speaking of Core Image technology I would like to see someone make it so that I could push a web page around with the Grabber Hand, the way I can in PS using the space bar. That feature would be faster than scrolling and web designers could break the boundaries of the current web page size standards.<br><br>
According to what I have seen in QT demos of core image the transitions are actually just a part of the OS capabilities now. You just have to write a GUI and attach the functionality. Would be similar to doing what Ivan did over at creativebits. He knows little about Xcode, but he was able to make his own browser simply by using the Safari Web kit. Same thing the Shiira browser does (but it has other features as well) <br><br>Hell, I can write an applescript that will change image formats, rotate, etc. ...but you won't see my trying to charge for it <br><br>
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