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Elasty is a Movie Toolbox for customizing movies on Mac OS X with many advanced features often found only in much more expensive video editing suites. - Image Adjustments: Crop, Rotate, Flip - Automatic and Manual Movie Stabilization - Motion Tracking (with probe insertion) - Scene Breaks (with probe deactivation and reactivation) - Special Effects Library (Blur, Color, Distortion, Particles...) - Separate Rendering for Sound and Image - Entire or Partial Movie Rendering - Retiming... More info »


MacAny Intel Mac - Mac OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard or Later - 128 MB VRAM or Higher



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    TransformMovie is an application for rotating, filtering, flipping and sizing movies in batch, changing their rate of play and other movie properties. TransformMovie is also part of the Limit Point...

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    Video Rotate allows you to turn videos! Do you sometime use your photo camera or your iPhone to take videos ? Did you ever take a video verticaly by mistake? Video Rotate allows you to turn it back in the...

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