ImagePlay
ImagePlay
0.9

4.5

ImagePlay free download for Mac

ImagePlay0.9

08 December 2010

Layered image editor.

Overview

ImagePlay is a layered image editor based around "chaining" effects together. No more mucking with pixels and brushes. Simply apply the effect you want and see the results. You can even save your favorite effect groups for repeated use.

What's new in ImagePlay

Version 0.9:
  • NEW: Live histogram added to info window
  • NEW: Added new tools for adjusting the project resolution
  • NEW: Can crop project from anywhere you like
  • NEW: Ability to "Align Project to Center"
  • Update: Renamed various Project "Crop" items to Project "Resolution"
  • Update: Rearranged some menu items to make more sense
  • Update: Workspace "frame" is now shown at all times, ruler "guideline" overlay has been removed as it served essentially the same purpose as the frame
  • FIX: Crash under 10.6 in the Layer Effects list when clicking the + button
  • FIX: Using the incorrect directories under some types of user accounts in 10.6
  • FIX: Other Bug Fixes

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How would you rate ImagePlay app?

8 Reviews of ImagePlay

New-User
08 January 2006
Version: 0.1

Most helpful

Thanks to feedback from "BIDULE" and off-site communications I was able to determine an archive format that actually works under 10.3 If you had problems with the archive before, try downloading it again now. Thank you and sorry for any inconvenience.
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New-User
17 November 2009
Version: 0.8
There seams to be some confusion about the registration process. So clearly work needs to be done to make the process simpler and more obvious. There is no registration or serial code to enter. Once you have purchased ImagePlay, all one needs to do is; * Click the "Purchase/Register" button in the startup window (or choose "Purchase/Register" from the ImagePlay menu) * Then enter your name, and the email address you used for the PayPal payment * Now click Register, and you're done. If you have any Registration problems please send an email (in ImagePlay see menu Help>Email Developer). Thank you
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Legal-Eagle
16 November 2009
Version: 0.8
I have paid in full for this product, but NOT received any licence or registration key. I have now written to the developer 3 times, but received only deafening silence. I am NOT in the least impressed. The product MAY be a good one. I don't know yet. But the customer service simply stinks.
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5
philonous
31 January 2007
Version: 0.1.6
This program is not easy to use because it does amazing things, but once you get the hang of it, you realize that the GUI makes perfect sense, and that this program is simply outstanding. It produces incredible effects....for FREE!!! I intend to contribute some money. This is the sort of project that needs to survive.
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New-User
08 January 2006
Version: 0.1
Thanks to feedback from "BIDULE" and off-site communications I was able to determine an archive format that actually works under 10.3 If you had problems with the archive before, try downloading it again now. Thank you and sorry for any inconvenience.
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Bidule
06 January 2006
Version: 0.1
Thank you very much, TOMIS. But I've twice downloaded the new file, unzipped it, but "the image couldn't be mounted" by DiskImageMounter nor by "MountMe". ImagePlay_0.1.dmg.zip : 1 232 983 B ImagePlay 0.1.dmg : 1 515 576 B
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New-User
04 January 2006
Version: 0.1
To those having problems with the download; I have posted a compressed DMG within a ZIP archive. Hopefully this will solve problems people were having with the TBZ file. http://osdn.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/imageplay/ImagePlay_0.1.dmg.zip Thank you, Tomis
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Bidule
04 January 2006
Version: 0.1
Seems nice, but how decompress that .tbz file on Mac ? OpenUp or Untar do not the job. I tried some commands in Terminal with no success.
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4.5
Anonymous
21 September 2005
Version: 1.0pr1
Yes! Absolutely brilliant! A wonderful way to be able to apply effects simply without having to go right into Photoshop to do it. It doesn't allow one to tweak things the way PS does, but what a great way to experiment with various effects. I really like this little app! Keep up the good work!
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