Image Interlacer
Image Interlacer
2.0.7

2.0

Image Interlacer free download for Mac

Image Interlacer

2.0.7
18 March 2006

Image editing interlacer.

Overview

Image Interlacer is the advanced version of the freeware Interlacer. It has many more capabilities and features in comparision with the original Interlacer. Image Interlacer allows you to:
  • Set the line thickness of the interlaced image
  • Tint the image a certain color to match the overall theme
  • Set the opacity (allows you to fade images rather than just interlacing them)
  • Grab images from movies and interlace them
  • Interlace vertically or horizontally or cross BOTH (Cross Hatched)
  • Create 3-D Anaglyphs by with two pictures taken at different angles. (3D glasses not included with purchase)

What's new in Image Interlacer

Version 2.0.7: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 Image Interlacer Reviews

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Anonymous
15 October 2003

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I was quite excited to find Image Interlacer since it claimed to support anaglyphs, but I was soon disappointed. Yes, it *does* create anaglyphs, but the author expects you to pay $11.95 before you can even see how well it works. After creating the anaglyph, the program has no built in way to shrink the picture so you can see the entire thing on your screen at one time. I'd save it to a file and look with another program, but that option seems to be disabled unless I buy it. Doh! The main reason I'm not happy with this program is the price. $11.95 seems way too much to charge for a minimally functional program with a *lousy* interface. I'm sorry - but read the OS X human interface guidelines. The interface plain out sucks. I'm not usually this harsh with reviews - but this one is pretty bad. Also, a little more looking around found a FREE program called AnaBuilder which is much more fully featured (it also creates anaglyphs). Yes, its interface isn't beautiful either, but it *is* better than Image Interlacer's interface. This program should really be freeware in its current state. if it added some more features and made the interface a *lot* better, then I could see shareware. Maybe.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
15 October 2003
I was quite excited to find Image Interlacer since it claimed to support anaglyphs, but I was soon disappointed. Yes, it *does* create anaglyphs, but the author expects you to pay $11.95 before you can even see how well it works. After creating the anaglyph, the program has no built in way to shrink the picture so you can see the entire thing on your screen at one time. I'd save it to a file and look with another program, but that option seems to be disabled unless I buy it. Doh! The main reason I'm not happy with this program is the price. $11.95 seems way too much to charge for a minimally functional program with a *lousy* interface. I'm sorry - but read the OS X human interface guidelines. The interface plain out sucks. I'm not usually this harsh with reviews - but this one is pretty bad. Also, a little more looking around found a FREE program called AnaBuilder which is much more fully featured (it also creates anaglyphs). Yes, its interface isn't beautiful either, but it *is* better than Image Interlacer's interface. This program should really be freeware in its current state. if it added some more features and made the interface a *lot* better, then I could see shareware. Maybe.
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Version 1.1