MovieMerge
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Put a graphic over top of a QuickTime movie.   Free
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    Cetuscript Systems
MovieMerge is an application that enables you to put a graphic over top of a QuickTime movie. It can blend any QuickTime supported image over any QuickTime supported movie.

I wrote the application because I couldn't find any cheap way of making a friend's movie that he took of his dog in portrait orientation into landscape orientation without distorting the movie. And then I needed to figure out what to do with the "ears". That's where the overlay of the image came in.
What's New
Version 1.01:
  • Just before the save dialog appears, I show the standard export settings dialog for QuickTime movies.
  • With the export settings dialog, you can set the compression for video and audio (if available).
  • You can also tap into some of the cool filter features of QuickTime.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Downloads:1,125
Version Downloads:1,125
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Free
Date:17 Apr 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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MovieMerge is an application that enables you to put a graphic over top of a QuickTime movie. It can blend any QuickTime supported image over any QuickTime supported movie.

I wrote the application because I couldn't find any cheap way of making a friend's movie that he took of his dog in portrait orientation into landscape orientation without distorting the movie. And then I needed to figure out what to do with the "ears". That's where the overlay of the image came in.


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