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Fractal Fr0st Alternatives

Fractal Fr0st is described as 'fractal flame editor. It comes with an elegant and easy to use GUI and powerful python scripting. It is built on top of flam3, but also supports alternate renderers such as flam4 (for GPU rendering)' and is an app. There are five alternatives to Fractal Fr0st for Windows, Linux and Mac. The best alternative is Electric Sheep, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Fractal Fr0st are Apophysis, Qosmic, Oxidizer and Flam3.

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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux

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    Electric Sheep

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

    Electric Sheep is a collaborative abstract artwork founded by Scott Draves. It's run by thousands of people all over the world, and can be installed on any ordinary PC or Mac.

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    Apophysis

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows

    Apophysis is a fractal flame editor and renderer for Microsoft Windows. It was created by Mark Townsend by translating Scott Draves original C code into Delphi and adding a graphical user interface[citation needed].

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    Qosmic

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows
    • Linux

    Qosmic is graphical interface for creating, editing, and rendering flam3 fractal images. The electricsheep screen saver has been gaining popularity, and Qosmic was developed to provide a Qt interface for people interested in creating and contributing sheep.

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    Oxidizer

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac

    "Oxidizer is a free open source fractal flame editor for the Apple Macintosh, running OSX 10.4 or greater."

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  5. Flam3

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

    Flames are algorithmically generated images and animations. The software was originally written in 1992 and released as open source, aka free software. Over the years it has been greatly expanded, and is now widely used to create art and special effects.

    Discontinued

    The project seems to be no lnger developed.

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