Still Life is a stand-alone application that enables users to pan and zoom over digital images and thereby produce a video for use in iMovie, iDVD or any other multimedia project. The program goes way beyond the built-in Ken Burns Effect of iMovie by allowing users to take multiple "shots" of an image, pan along a curve and rotate the "camera" if needed. Still Life is also fully compatible with iMovie 2, 3, 4 and 5.
What's new in Still Life
Fixed an image handling issue on Tiger that caused corrupted output.
Fixed a texture management bug that caused crashes on dual processor machines.
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This has been a great program.....however I switched to a different computer and didn't write down my serila number - I know, I know! I have written the developer several times to get the number without one reply back.
This has been my favourite software since it's freeware days! Get a lot of new ideas by visiting the discussion forum here:
Also see some of my Still Life video projects for some inspiration!!
Getting better. They need to use a timeline metaphor instead of a clips metaphor. Then they could add the audio track to that and at a minimum allow you to put cue points in there. You could see how everything matches up time-wise. The delay controls need to be better integrated into the overall GUI, and the shelf button needs to have a more standard location / look to it. Still a really nice app though. Look out if Photo-to-Movie ever gets a soundtrack feature....
Great application, does what iMovie 3 can do now (Kens Burn Effect), but offers many more possibilities. The old version was free. Very useful if you have a few pictures you want to integrate in a movie project.