Edo
Edo
1.1b2

3.1

Edo free download for Mac

Edo

1.1b2
13 June 2005

Image compositing app.

Overview

Edo is a high-performance and high-quality image compositing application designed for maximum flexibility. Edo lets you combine and manipulate video files, 3D sequences and still images in a non-destructive way using a powerful node graph visual interface. The use of modern video card graphics processors (GPUs) enables true realtime performance, and support for industry standard file formats helps integrate Edo into many kinds of workflow.

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What's new in Edo

Version 1.1b2 release notes available here.

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3 Edo Reviews

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Anonymous
14 December 2004

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Sorry, but I don't know how to handle edo. (There is no help-file or anything like that.) After clicking on some buttons it breaks down. (2x G5, MacOS 10.3.6)
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Version 1.0.6
Anonymous
08 March 2005
Interesting app. The flowchart style composition map is fairly intuitive (like PedalEffects for images/video), and the array of effects and functions seems quite comprehensive, if a little short on adjustment options in some cases. I'm amazed so many functions can be crammed into such a small package. That said, there are a few aspects that ruined it for me. 1- So many windows! And no two are the same size on either axis, so they're constantly obscuring each other (at 1280x960, anyway). Trivial perhaps, but awkward unless you have a large monitor. 2- Doesn't appear to handle DV streams. Referenced QuickTime movies (.mov) are fine, but it can't directly open iMovie .dv or Final Cut render files. This could potentially put a big kink in many people's work flow. 3- No time line equivalent, or none that I could see (though the Deck window lets you set the in and out points, there doesn't seem to be a way of chaining clips together in a composition). 4- No manual or help file. I tried exporting, put a name in the field on the node viewer, tried various settings...nothing. Obviously I'm doing something wrong, but I have no idea what; the forum and FAQ provided no insight either. The parts of the app I can fathom make me want to use it, but the parts I can't prevent me. Which is a pity, really, because clearly a lot of work has gone into it, and I suspect it could be well worth a donation. But I've got to be honest and evaluate the package presented...
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Version 1.0.8
11 February 2005
c0!t ilike it alot
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Version 1.0.7
Anonymous
14 December 2004
Sorry, but I don't know how to handle edo. (There is no help-file or anything like that.) After clicking on some buttons it breaks down. (2x G5, MacOS 10.3.6)
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Version 1.0.6