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Summarize free download for Mac


Version 1.1.1

Creates a contact sheet that summarizes all or part of your movies.

Summarize overview

Summarize SX creates a contact sheet that summarizes all or part of your movies. Users can interactively examine the contact sheet, display individual frames, create a slide show, print, images and share contact sheets with other applications and internet services.

Summarize SX includes the following key features:
  • Simple Segmentation Create summaries from all or part of a movie by adjusting the in-point and out-point handles.
  • Interactive Display Place the cursor over the contact sheet image and see the time associated with a particular frame.
  • Detailed Image Mode Double-click on any particular frame in the overview contact sheet and see that image at full size.
  • Sharing Drag'n'drop images to another application, the Finder, or share with Facebook or other internet services.
  • Slide Show Create an interactive slide show presentation using the individual frames of your summary.
  • Interoperability Drag'n drop (or copy) high-resolution images directly from Summarize to another application or the Finder.

What’s new in version 1.1.1

Updated on Aug 12 2019

Version 1.1.1:

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases.

  • For macOS Mojave
  • Dark Mode User Interface
  • Support for Semantic Coloring
  • Support for HEIC output files
  • Several stability enhancements and bug fixes
  • Drag’n’drop performance





819 KB



App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X macOS 10.14 or later
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