Winmorph project

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Name Winmorph project
Ontology
Extension(s) .mrf
Released Possibly around 1999[1]

A Winmorph project is the project format used by Winmorph, a Windows program written by Satish Sampath[2] (A.K.A. S. Satish Kumar[3], also using the pseudo-corporation "Debugmode") that allows for easy "warping" and "morphing" of images, which are, respectively, distortion of a single image via control points and curves; and generation of a video transitioning from one image to another that interpolates between sets of control points and curves given for each image, producing the same effect as an Animorphs cover, e.g. [1]. Both these may also be done on a video (a video being a series of images). It may be used as a plugin for Wax (by the same author), Sony Vegas, or Adobe Premiere. It was last updated in 2003.[4]

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  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20000302001822/http://www.crosswinds.net/~sskr/winmorph/index.htm is version 1.3, the earliest version that seems to have been widely mentioned
  2. https://www.debugmode.com/
  3. https://web.archive.org/web/20011116202805/http://www.debugmode.com/
  4. Date of the file inside the archive linked from https://www.snapfiles.com/downloads/winmorph/dlwinmorph.html; note that this website is listed as an official distribution channel
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