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WinImages Morph

Version 8, Revision 0, Level a


Welcome to the exciting world of image morphing with WinImages Morph, the first morphing and warping product ever created for a desktop computer, beginning way back in 1992!

We want you to know that Black Belt Systems is the company that made morphing affordable and available for the desktop personal computer. When we introduced morphing to the desktop, the only other alternative was a high-priced workstation with very costly software.

Our morphing tools have been used for network television productions, in feature films and by many end users for their own amusement. Not only are they more powerful than many morphing tools on workstation-class machines, but they have more features, and are easier to use as well!

System Requirements
Getting Started - The Basics
What Is Morphing?
Operation - WinImages Morph
File Menu
Edit Menu
Objects Menu
Generate Menu
Display Menu
Settings Menu
Filmstrip Menu
View Menu
Help Menu
Object Placement Toolbox
Main Window Buttons
View Windows
Film Strip
Velocity Curve Window
Transparency Curve Window
Sequence Controls Window
The Status Bar
Display Quality
Tutorials Overview
Morphing Basics - The User Interface
Morphing Basics - Warp Morphing
Warp Morphing - Nuts and Bolts
Warp Morphing - Frames, Points and Links
More on Warp Morphing - Warp Motion Morphing
Transition Morphing - The Basics
Transition Morphing - Nuts and Bolts
Transition Morphing - Frames, Points and Links
Transition Morphing - In Motion
In case of Problems with Morph

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