GlueMotion is the perfect tool for time lapse photographers. The application allows you to batch edit, deflicker and assemble sequences of images into time lapse movies.
GlueMotion has been made to save your time and guide you during the process of creation. By using the included batch editing tool, you will not have to use additional applications. GlueMotion is able to crop, rotate, flip and adjust colors of your photos such as exposure, saturation or brightness. Moreover the application is able to deflicker the sequences of photos. In other words, GlueMotion will analyze your photos and select automatically the optimal brightness correction for each image.
The application is designed for professional needs. That is why it can handle several hundreds of thousands of images painlessly. In addition, all industry-standard formats are supported. The application can import PNG, JPEG as well as all RAW image formats supported by macOS. The exported movie can be encoded in H.264, Apple ProRes as well as HEVC.
This version has been optimized for macOS High Sierra and later. Moreover the application is available in 7 languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Chinese).
Feedbacks can be sent directly from the application. In this way, you can contact us for any kind of suggestions and improvements in few clics.
GlueMotion is accompanied by other applications.
SnapMotion: extract still images from videos with precision.
MetaImage: edit image metadata and geographical tags.
This version is a significant update of GlueMotion. We worked hard to improve both the engine and the interface. The app kept working step by step, which has made it a success while improving each step. In particular, the color correction system now works using keyframes. You can therefore apply dynamic changes throughout a sequence. The application also allows you to generate a preview, allowing you to test several frame rates before starting the final encoding. The deflickering step has been redesigned to give you better control and more options. As you asked me, you can now export only the light corrections or the corrected frames if you need.
Language: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
Compatibility: macOS 10.13 or later, 64-bit processor