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announced last week it will promote, along with intellectual property of technology developer Monolith, the FrameFree Studio software that creates video animation from still photos.FrameFree Studio will be licensed to website developers at ¥12,600 ($108 USD), according to the Photo Marketing Association.
Called the "next generation photography animation," according to the Monolith website, the FrameFree Studio pixel matching software can automatically generate video clips from still images, including high resolution files. FrameFree Studio supports JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF files, as well as MP3, WAV, AIFF, and AU audio formats.
FrameFree Studio is geared for corporate advertisers to create quick videos with text and audio.Users can manage the video with only a few photos, called the key frames, through a drag-and-drop method on a timeline.The FrameFree Studio interpolation engine then takes over to automatically create the video clip while allowing the user to change the final product.
FrameFree Studio comes in four versions, HD, SD, Pro, and Studio.