Antechinus Animator Professional 8.6.3 | Size 17 MB
Antechinus Animator Professional - Easily create animations, videos, images and sound.
Unique animated effects. Antechinus Animator Professional easily creates and edits animations, images, videos and sound files:
Over 40 formats supported.
Have your first animation running in LESS THAN 5 MINUTES with morphing or multitudes of other animated effects.
No need to guess: see in real time what happens as each option is changed.
Show-case your product/service or enhance your family photos with stand-alone musical slide-shows. View and organize all images on your computer.
Save time: process, convert, and do multiple changes to multiple files in ONE SINGLE go. You can even do it from other programs or command line.
Waste no time on repetitive animation/imaging jobs - Animator automates intelligently everything that can be automated.
Do with ease common animation/imaging tasks: merge animations with sound files, extract images and sounds from videos, or put videos or sound files together.
Give new life to your family photos: enhance and perfect them with over 30 filters and effects.
Optimize files to load your web pages up to 75% faster. Reduce the size of already compressed images by further 40-65% with the best compression tools available.
The preview lets you see how the image will look like and how big it will be in the optimized state. You even know how fast it will load depending on your visitors' connection speed with the built-in download time calculator.
Also, create roll-over buttons for the web with one click, and visually create image maps. Enhance the visual appeal of your images with drop shadows, embossing, and blending.
Illustrate your documents, presentations, web pages, or applications with advanced screen and resource capturing. Capture anything of any shape you see on screen, manually or automatically, or capture images, icons, and cursors embedded into programs (.exe) and dynamic libraries (.dll).
Never before seen precision polygon/freehand capturing with zoom preview. Capture images directly from scanners, cameras and other devices, to retouch and perfect them.
Supported Animation/Video formats
Audio Video Interleaved (avi). This format is widely supported, with varying quality/compression ratios depending on the codec you select. Avi files can contain sound.
Autodesk FLIC/FLIC-Pro (flc, fli). This is a 256-color animation-only format.
CompuServe Graphics Interchange Format (animated gif). This format is Widely used on the Internet. Animations are highly compressed and can have up to 256 colors. Animated gif cannot contain sound.
High quality Audio Video (hav). This format is rarely used, but useful for lossless compression of audio and video.
Mpeg (mpg, mpeg, mpe, m1v, m2v, mpeg4). This format is widely supported and highly compressed. MPeg files can contain sound.
QuickTime (mov). This format originated on Macintosh, but is now widely supported. It offers multitudes of compression types.
Windows Media Video (wmv). Lean, efficient Windows format. It comes with the set of profiles defining the output quality and other properties depending on intended use (intranet, dial-up, broadband, etc).
You can also batch convert multiple animation/video files from one format to another:
avi2mpg/avi2mpeg: convert from avi (Audio Video Interleaved) to mpeg
avi2flc: convert from avi to flc/flic Autodesk animation
avi2hav: convert from avi to hav (High-quality Audio Video)
flc2avi: convert from Autodesk flc/flic to avi
flc2hav: convert from Autodesk flc/flic to hav
flc2mpg/flc2mpeg: convert from Autodesk flic/flic to mpeg
gif2avi: convert from animated gif to avi
gif2mpg/gif2mpeg: convert from animated gif to mpeg
hav2avi: convert from hav to avi
hav2flc: convert from hav to Autodesk flc/flic
hav2mpg/hav2mpeg: convert from hav to mpeg
mpg2avi/mpeg2avi: convert from mpeg to avi
mpg2flc/mpeg2flc: convert from mpeg to Autodesk flc/flic
mpg2hav/mpeg2hav: convert from mpeg to hav
multi-page-tif2avi: convert from multi-page tif/tiff to avi
multi-page-tif2mpg/tif2mpeg: convert from multi-page tif/tiff to mpeg
Supported Audio formats
Dolby Digital compatible (ac3). Compressed high-quality sound format.
MPEG Audio (mpa, mp2, mp3). Compressed high-quality sound format.
Ogg Vorbis Audio (ogg). Highly-compressed high-quality sound.
Windows Wave Sound (wav). Very fast to load, but needs lots of disk space. Uncompressed or lightly-compressed.
You can also batch convert multiple audio files from one format to another:
ac32mp2: convert Dolby Digital compatible ac3 to mp2 (mpeg 2 audio)
ac32mp3: convert Dolby Digital compatible ac3 to mp3 (mpeg 3 audio)
ac32ogg: convert Dolby Digital compatible ac3 to ogg (Ogg Vorbis audio)
ac32wav: convert Dolby Digital compatible ac3 to wav (Windows wave sound)
mp32ac3: convert mpeg 3 audio mp3 to Dolby Digital compatible ac3
mp32mp2: convert mpeg 3 audio mp3 to mpeg 2 audio mp2
mp32ogg: convert mpeg 3 audio mp3 to ogg (Ogg Vorbis audio)
mp32wav: convert mpeg 3 audio mp3 to wav (Windows wave sound)
ogg2ac3: convert ogg to ac3
ogg2mp2: convert ogg to mp2
ogg2mp3: convert ogg to mp3
ogg2wav: convert ogg to wav
wav2ac3: convert wav to ac3
wav2mp2: convert wav to mp2
wav2mp3: convert wav to mp3
wav2ogg: convert wav to ogg
Supported image formats
Adobe Photoshop (psd). The format produced by the Adobe Photoshop graphics editor.
Bayer Image (bay). Read only.
CompuServe Graphics Interchange (gif, giff). This format is created by CompuServe for storing and exchanging color raster images. It is widely used on the web for 256-color (8-bit) images. It does not support more than 256 colors.
Dr. Halo (cut). Dr. Halo files are device-independent images. The image is stored in one file (.CUT) and the palette is stored in a separate file (PAL). If the image has no corresponding .PAL file, it is considered a grayscale image. Supports only 256-color images.
Encapsulated PostScript (eps). These files are used primarily on PostScript printers. These printers usually offer more variety of fonts and higher resolution than standard laser printers. EPS files will work on any PostScript compatible printer and any end-user application that supports placement of EPS files in its work space.
The image that you read from an EPS file can be either a PostScript raster image, an embedded TIFF image, or an embedded WMF image. The image that you write to an EPS file is always a grayscale PostScript raster image with 256 shades of gray.
Flic Animation (flc, fli). The Flic file is an animation file created by Auto-desk. This file has two versions. The fli file types support 320x200 images with a maximum of 64 colors per image. The FLC file types support up to 64k x 64k images with 256 colors per image.
Interchange File (iff). This is a general purpose data storage format that can associate and store multiple types of data. You can read RLE-compressed (Run Length Encoding), and non-compressed images. You can write only RLE-compressed images. RLE-compression is fast, but not as good as other compression methods.
JBIG format (jbg). This is an industry standard lossless compressed file format for bi-tonal (black and white), grayscale and color images.
JPEG File Interchange Format (jpg, jpeg, jif, jfif, j). JPEG format offers high-compression ratio and comes in many lossy and lossless flavors. It is widely used on the web and supported by all web browsers.
Kodak FlashPix (fpx). The FlashPix file format was developed through the combined efforts of Eastman Kodak Company, Microsoft Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, and Live Picture Inc. It combines the best features of existing formats with object orientation to make the use of digital color images easier. 8-bit and 24-bit images are supported.
LEAD CMP (cmp). This format offers excellent JPEG-based compression, but is not widely supported.
MacPict (pct). MacPict files are produced using Macintosh QuickDraw, and are used in desktop publishing and imaging applications. PCT Vector files can be read and written as raster images in the non-vector toolkits.
OS/2 Bitmap (OS/2 bmp). These are files created on an OS/2 operating system. Both 1.x and 2.x formats are supported.
Portable Greymap (pgm). This format only supports grayscale images with 256 shades of gray.
Portable Network Graphics (png). This format is a replacement for the gif format. It offers excellent compression ratios and is widely used on the web. It supports 1, 4, 8, and 24-bit images.
Portable Pixelmap (ppm, pnm, pgm). Rarely used format.
Silicon Graphics Image (sgi, rgb, rgba, bw). This file format was developed at Silicon Graphics, and is used for uncompressed and RLE-compressed black and white, grayscale and color images. 8, 24, and 32-bit images are supported.
Sun Raster (ras, sun). This format native to Sun UNIX platforms. 1, 4, 8, 24, and 32-bit images are supported.
Tagged Image File Format (tif, tiff). This is a widely used format supporting multiple compression methods and color depths.
Truevision TARGA (tga). This file format is created by Truevision Inc for uncompressed and RLE_compressed images.
Windows Bitmap (bmp, dib, rle). This is a file format created by Microsoft. Some BMP images are compressed with an RLE-type compression. Bitmaps are fastest to load. However, they are not suitable for the Internet because they occupy plenty of disk space.
Vision Research CINE (cin).
Windows Clipboard (clp). This format is used to exchange data between different Windows applications.
Windows Enhanced Meta File (emf). The Enhanced Windows Metafile format is a vector format that may or may not also contain a raster image. Emf and wmf vector files can be read and written as raster images in the non-vector toolkits.
Windows Meta File (wmf). The Windows Metafile format is a vector format that may or may not also contain a raster image. Emf and wmf vector files can be read and written as raster images in the non-vector toolkits.
Word Perfect (wpg). This format can contain vector or raster images. Photo Magic handles only the raster images. 1, 4, and 8-bit images are supported.
X Window Dump (xwd). This file format is used to store and restore screen window images. Two versions of this file exist, the X10 window dump and the X11 window dump. These versions differ slightly in the format of the data.
XPicmap File (xpm). These files are used to store X Window PixMap information to disk. They are capable of storing black-and-white, grayscale, and color images. Image data is stored in the form of ASCII text formatted as a standard C character string array. 1, 8, and 24-bit images are supported.
ZSoft PCX (pcx). This is a file format created by ZSoft. This format compresses its image data with the RLE type compression. 1, 4, 8, and 24-bit images are supported.
Windows 95/98/2000Me/NT3.x/NT4.x/2000Pro/XP/Server 2003/Vista
Size 17 MB
Program full tested and 100% working.