The latest versions of Morpheus Software‘s photo animation and manipulation titles Morpheus Photo Morpher, Morpheus Photo Warper, Morpheus Photo Mixer, and Morpheus Animation Suite are now integrated with Photobucket. Built using Photobucket’s API, the Morpheus titles provide Photobucket’s nearly 40 million users with the ability to morph and warp digital photos for fun and to then upload their morphed, warped, and blended photo animations and videos directly from inside the Morpheus programs to their Photobucket page. For more information, check out this page or go to Photobucket’s Application Gallery.
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Morpheus Software Launches Social Networking Site inc. Upload to YouTube, PhotoBucket, Facebook, MySpace, Blogger
A new version of all Morpheus software titles has been released with social networking features. Now you can upload your animations seamlessly from Morpheus programs to YouTube, PhotoBucket, Facebook, MySpace, Blogger, and other great web destinations.
Download the new version of Morpheus Photo Morpher at:
Download the new version of Morpheus Photo Animation Suite at:
Or visit the Morpheus homepage at:
Once you download the new version, under either program’s Share menu, select “Upload your morph to a website” and check out the new social networking features. From there, if you choose to upload to Morpheus Galleries, we’ll host your animations online for you for free where users will be able to view your creations, add their comments, rate them from 1 to 5 stars, and more. You can also view other users’ animations. Morpheus Galleries is similar to YouTube, except it is specifically focused on photo and video animations. Once your animations are uploaded, you can easily post them on countless social networking sites, into instant message windows, email messages, on your blog, and so on, all with just a mouse click.
Morpheus Software Introduces Photo Morpher, Photo Warper, Photo Mixer and Photo Animation Suite Software for the Mac
Morpheus Software, a leading publisher of digital photo animation software, today announced the launch of Mac editions of their widely popular titles Morpheus Photo Morpher, Morpheus Photo Warper, Morpheus Photo Mixer and Morpheus Photo Animation Suite, all developed from the ground up specifically for the Apple platform. [...] » Read entire press release here
OS X versions of all 4 major Morpheus Software products—Morpheus Photo Animation Suite, Morpheus Photo Morpher, Morpheus Photo Warper and Morpheus Photo Mixer—are now available for download at the Morpheus Software site. Starting in July, these products will hit the shelves of Apple Stores across the nation. So if you’re a Mac user and have been waiting for the killer animation and morphing app on your platform, the wait is over!
While perhaps not as flashy & ubiquitous as Morpheus Photo Morpher, Morpheus Photo Mixer has its own little cult of popularity too. Mixer can be used to blend elements of two photos into one composite photo. Morpher has hit YouTube, and Mixer has hit national TV. Witness the “If They Mated” show segment & website of Late Night with Conan O’Brien, where a series of Mixes are presented. Celebrities, of course, are a prime, easy and, let’s face it, worthwhile target for visual spoofing – Hollywood and other celebrity couples perhaps most of all. When you think about it, it’s kind of a new genre – VISUAL GOSSIP.
There’s a beautiful, in-depth and inspiring new video on YouTube called Women in Art that morphs between an inspiring series of portraits of women in western art from a Byzantine fresco through Impressionism and Picasso. This video has received over a million user views in about a month since its posting. While we’re not 100% sure it was created using Morpheus, it’s sure looks that way, and we believe it well worth pointing to as yet another excellent use of this technology. There’s a lot of passion, patience and art appreciation in this video, which can easily be said to be a work of art itself. Take a look here.
Morpheus Photo Animation Suite is currently featured at Windows Marketplace, right in the sweet spot on the home page. Happy Holidays to all you animaniacs – morphers, mixers and warpers alike. Life is Suite!
Chris Pirillo, friend of Morpheus and well-known blogger of lockergnome fame (a CNET top-100 blog), clued us in to this recent post where he muses on marriage and offspring. Chris writes: Instead of waxing pathetic about the whole â€œmarriage is the blending of two livesâ€ story, I thought Iâ€™d simply illustrate it for you in animated form. We in turn took a screen-grab of a frame somewhere in the middle – to give you the mix of the morph, so to speak…
“We don’t usually have to stop reviewing a product for a laughter break, but Morpheus Photo Animation Suite really adds something to digital-image editing: fun. This $59.95 suite lets you transform one photo into another, then export the result as an animation, a movie, or a still image.”
For the full article, click here.
Company Extends Its Consumer Product Line by Entering Into Exclusive Publishing Deal With Morpheus Software
ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Smith Micro Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMSI – News) today announced it has signed an exclusive publishing agreement with Morpheus Software, LLC., a leading publisher of digital photo animation software. The company’s pioneering product, known as Morpheus Photo Animation Suite™, contains three easy-to-use, creative photo animation products — Morpher, Warper and Mixer. These products enable users to morph, distort, exaggerate, or blend portions of multiple images into a single image. More…
Also check out Smith Micro’s clean presentation of Morpheus Photo Animation Suite in the graphics section of their online software store.
Dave Graveline highlighted Morpheus Software on his radio show Into Tomorrow. Dave sent us this note: “I decided to also highlight Morpheus on our longform weekend show this week. We had good response from our Daily Feature on Morpheus and some of my staff have had some fun with the product, so I wanted to talk it up some more. You can hear the segment at the end of Hour 2 and see the additional coverage at www.graveline.com.”
Thanks Dave! Tell your staff to send us an animation or two – we’ll post them here!
We found this presentation at usmagazine.com showing how cute little babies might morph into full-blown Hollywood stars by the year 2026. Check it out here.
Socaltech.com recently ran a brief article on Morpheus: Morpheus Software Release Digital Photo Software
Ryan and I traveled to NYC recently to hang out with Fred Fishkin, host of Bloomberg’s Bootcamp, a tech radio program. Listen to the interview, “Having Fun With Digital Photos,” in mp3 format.