Last Build Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 04:03:34 -0000
Tue, 28 Sep 2004 04:03:34 -0000
Videocat is a image capture software based on Microsoft DirectShow API. The main focus is to provide a simple tool to make stopmotion and/or accelerated movies by grabing single frames in a regular interval. Frames are written as individual images for subsequent processing. Visit the project home page to know more about it and the features VideoCAT offers.
The 1.2.x branch adds the speed that VideoCAT lacked in previous releases. One can capture time lapses with a 250ms interval while merging a mask or chroma-key (this was only possible at 850ms). Such improvement was only possible with the addition of Alex A. Denisov's Graphic32 library and tools to the project.
Sun, 21 Mar 2004 16:20:18 -0000
VideoCAT is a image capture software based on the Microdoft DirecShow API. The main focus of this project is to provide a simple tool to make stopmotion and/or accelerated movies by grabing single frames in a regular time interval.
Among the features of VideoCAT:
. Capture images with any device that suports DirectShow
. Upload images using FTP
. Overlay images to control your stopmotion scene
. Just pick any color to use Chroma-Key
. Ability to apply image masks
This release features new file dialogs, mask routines and improved keyboard events handling.
Wed, 25 Feb 2004 16:04:45 -0000
VideoCAT Forums (http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=83526) are now open to general public! I hope this helps bringing support and feedback for those who need. Feel free to post comments and questions.
Fri, 20 Feb 2004 14:14:07 -0000
A new version of VideoCAT was released today.
. New configuration screen
. New user interface
. More session control (start/stop date/counters)
Thu, 31 Jul 2003 22:38:33 -0000
VideoCAT 1.0.6 is comming soon with lots of new features (like chroma-key) and redesigned interface (now with multiple windows). To version 1.2.0 we are trying to implement MMX/SSE functions and OpenGL API to icrease performance for realtime effects and post-capture image processing.