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VideoCAT 1.2.1 released

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[1] 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[2] library and tools to the project.... read more

Posted by Fernando Korndorfer 2004-09-28

VideoCAT 1.0.6rc5 released

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... read more

Posted by Fernando Korndorfer 2004-03-21

VideoCAT forums now open to public!

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.

Posted by Fernando Korndorfer 2004-02-25

New VideoCAT release available!

A new version of VideoCAT was released today.
Highlites are:
. New configuration screen
. New user interface
. More session control (start/stop date/counters)

Posted by Fernando Korndorfer 2004-02-20

VideoCAT Updates

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.

Posted by Fernando Korndorfer 2003-07-31