I’m pleased to announce this second alpha release of MovingImages.

An introduction to what MovingImages is.

Version 0.2 alpha adds:

• Added the ability to setup and render core image filter chains.
• Added logging functionality useful for debugging drawing and filter rendering commands
• Added a chroma key filter to the list of available core image filters.
• Added an option to return a list of core graphics blend modes
• Added option for naming base objects when they are created for later identification.
• Added system tests for MovingImages
• Added a get pixel data option
• Added affine transform as an option for the various draw element commands.
• Added affine transform as an optional property for drawing text
• Added text alignment as a drawbasicstring attribute
• Added a coreimageblend script to be distributed with MovingImages
• Added a dotransition script to be distributed with MovingImages
• Added a simplesinglecifilter script to be distributed with MovingImages

Download MovingImages

Instructions for Installing MovingImages

An introduction to what MovingImages is

The Using MovingImages documentation

Please make suggestions, especially about image processing scripts you’d like to see written, report any bugs that you find, including documentation bugs. I am super keen to help people get started writing their own scripts for MovingImages so if you would like to do so don’t hesitate to get in touch. My e-mail is support[at]yvs.eu.com.

I intend to keep MovingImages as a free product.

MovingImages comes with a collection of image manipulation scripts and a collection of CoreImage filter processing scripts.

A first draft of an ebook for the Using MovingImages documentation

Enjoy!