MotionBend Features

Input video Still images in BMP, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PNG, PPM, PGM, PAM, TGA and TIFF formats; 8-16 bit depth
  Video supported by QuickTime system: MJPEG, MPEG-1/2 or H.264; AVI MJPEG; Xvid with 3rd party QuickTime component; Apple ProRes1; 8-16 bit depth
  AVI, WMV and MXF2; HEVC in MP4 and bitstream; 8-16 bit depth
Output video Still images or QuickTime video using uncompressed, MJPEG, H.264 or Apple ProRes* codecs; 8-16 bit depth
Scan Interlaced QuickTime input results in interlaced output, progressive input results in progressive output
Robust analysis Fully automatic tracking, no need to select points or key frames
User assistance Optionally mark known non-static objects to help analysis
Intent detector Automatically partition each motion axis into separate events for editing
Events Add or delete events, change start and end times, synchronize events across axes
Global modes Smoothed (adjustable), motion cancellation or no processing
Local correction Apply correction separately per axis, on a per-event basis
Local modes Adjustable hold, linear with constant acceleration, deceleration and/or velocity, none (use global mode only)
Live review Playback motion edited video via OpenGL
Buffered playback mode Cache video frames in memory; playback forwards, reversed or palindromic
Border modes Natural, cropped, zoom or completed
Cropping/border Constrain to aspect ratio of source, equalize borders, center on crop area
Zoom mode Minimum border automatically calculated to minimize zoom/border
  Zoom to cover all border; zoom until image meets the frame edge as letterbox/pillarbox or variable zoom
Completion mode Fill in border of frame to preserve video resolution
  Output completion matte
Creation Manage motion analysis data, correction and rendering parameters
Meta information Project name, description, tags, creation date, date of last edit, date of last render
Project browser Generate a summary list of project files with thumbnails and meta data
History menu Open most recently used projects and video files
Final Cut Pro X XML support Export projects for import to FCPX; export batch rendered videos as an event
Directly added files Select multiple video files for processing, output processed video and/or project files; set description, tags, rendering mode and format
Analysis Analyze video according to selected range of frames, in batch
Rendering Render according to selected range and rendering options, in batch
Notifications Progress, status, logging; on screen display via the Notification Center
Hardware Intel based Apple Mac with or without Retina display
OS Version MacOS X 10.9 minimum
Please try the free evaluation to check features and compatibility

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1 MacOS X usually includes the Apple ProRes decoder but the coder must be purchased separately. ProRes XQ not currently supported.

2 Many, but not all codecs are supported for these containers.

As part of our ongoing development, features are subject to change.