CubeMovie
CubeMovie
4.0.2

2.8

CubeMovie free download for Mac

CubeMovie4.0.2

08 March 2006

Place images on a rolling cube.

Overview

CubeMovie is a full-featured slideshow authoring tool that transforms a set of still images into a gorgeous movie. The missing link between iPhoto and iMovie.

Easy to use, it lets you create your first movie within seconds. A dozen of settings are available to control every aspect of movie generation, from zoom, speed, to export format. Your preferred settings can be stored as Preferences.

For the control freaks, a manual mode lets you record all the movements, one by one, applying different settings for each of them. Background and overlay pictures can also be used, with transparency effects.

CubeMovie comes integrated with 2 useful companions: Crop, to prepare your pictures, and Headline to create beautiful textured titles.

The demo version let you try CubeMovie extensively. This will be a free upgrade for already registered users. Download it !

What's new in CubeMovie

Version 4.0.2:
  • Bug fix : Formats other than 4:3 now work as expected.

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5 Reviews of CubeMovie

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Anonymous
22 August 2004
Version: 2.0

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Ehh.. its easy enough to put in the pics, but it doesnt adapt widescreen ones properly so they are cut off.. also the output wasnt high quality.. but maybe thats cause it was the demo..
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Lnr1
10 February 2006
Version: 4.0
Cool Program. One thing that would be cool is if you could incorperate movies into it. So as the cube is spinning around you can see the movies.
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Anonymous
09 March 2005
Version: 3.0.1
DEMO didn't work as images were horizontal lines and rotation was spastic. Am interested, though, if it is improved. Till then, will continue to use Exhibition: it's never failed me! Thank you.
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Anonymous
26 February 2005
Version: 3.0
It all looked and sounded very simple - drag photos from iPhoto into the picture wells, hit a button and voila - Quicktime movie with revolving cube faces. However, that didn't happen. The quicktime export was simply the word "demo". I went back to the web site, found some documentation. Talk about painfull. There has to be a better way of explaination. I'm a techie and yet, I gave up. Promising. Probably works well, but frankly I didn't get that far.
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Anonymous
22 August 2004
Version: 2.0
Maximum quality can be achieved by selecting Custom as Export Format, then Photo JPEG or Sorenson 3, for example. Then, import the movie to iMovie. Direct PAL and NTSC exports are not giving as good quality as they should. I will work on this issue. To control picture cropping, press the (+) button. Many settings will appear. For control freaks ! Regards, BJ
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Anonymous
22 August 2004
Version: 2.0
Ehh.. its easy enough to put in the pics, but it doesnt adapt widescreen ones properly so they are cut off.. also the output wasnt high quality.. but maybe thats cause it was the demo..
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