If you are looking for VideoMach, you have come to the right place. We explain what VideoMach is and point you to the official download.
What is VideoMach?
VideoMach from Gromada is a video management tool with three particular areas of focus: high-speed videos, timelapse videos, and stop-motion videos.
The program is capable of converting and importing video files shot in high speed, and is capable of showing the elapsed milliseconds in the video as it plays. It also has the facilities for creating timelapse videos out of a series of photographs. Furthermore, it allows users to enhance their timelapse video creations with additional media, such as background music or soundtracks that they can add themselves. As with high-speed videos, the user can see the number of elapse time units on the video. Furthermore, since timelapse and stop-motion videos use much the same technology, it can generate stop-motion animation videos as well.
The program is also equipped with the facilities for creating animated image files, i.e. GIFs or FLIs. Users can even work the process in reverse, using animated GIFs as their imported or starting material, then extracting photos from the file in order to save as individual frames. In much the same way, the software can be used for extraction of other elements from video files, including audio and individual frames.
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File types supported by VideoMach
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Last updated: : December 10, 2014