DRAGONFRAME is a software tool developed in order to help individuals create their own professional-looking animations, with their web camera and some of the many options incorporated.
Quick install and simple-to-use interface
The installation process does not last long and it does not bring any unpleasant surprises. Once you finalize it, the interface you are brought to, boasts a modern and minimal design. It consists of a menu bar, several buttons and a panels which enable you to view pictures, lists of all captures taken and editing options.
It becomes clear that all user categories can work with it, regardless of their experience level and without facing any kind of problem.
Control image quality and color, and render movies
This software utility enables you to shoot multiple frames, as well as capture a user-defined time interval. You can configure video settings such as compression quality, input size, as well as control exposure, white balance, brightness, contrast, saturation, sharpness, hue and gamma levels.
Aside from that, you can modify ISO, use a digital densitometer, change the number of frames per second, loop all captures or play in reverse. Exposure can be established automatically or you can control it with the help of a slider bar.
Scenes can be duplicated, takes can be managed, while it is possible to import data from CSV, TXT or DFTR files, while you can create a two-dimensional or three-dimensional movie from all the photos taken, in an MP4, MOV and AVI format. You can also export an image sequence (TIFF, BMP, PNG, TGA and JPG), with custom quality, frame rate and aspect ratio.
To conclude, DRAGONFRAME is a well-rounded and efficient piece of software, which enables you to make short animation movies. There are enough options to keep you busy for a while, the response time is good and the environment is intuitive. Our tests did not register errors or crashes.
DRAGONFRAME is a handy application that can help you capture images in order to create stop motion animations. The program allows you to work on your projects by using a visual timeline editor which makes the editing process more intuitive.
You can edit your animation by re-shooting the frames that you are not satisfied with in order to create the perfect timing.