Reallusion unveils Visualize image editing tool for iPad
Reallusion has unveiled their new Visualize application which is designed for Apple iPad users who want to do some image editing on their tablet device. Visualize is an image editing tool that allows users to make cutouts and stylized image composition. You can give this software a try; Visualize is now available in iTunes store.
Reallusion have launched a brand-new visual application for the iPad market, which combines the power of free-hand cutouts, visual templates and layered compositiion. It is a image editing application that can create instant PNG cutouts by importing and editing images directly from the iPad camera or the Internet. Cutouts can be saved in the onboard gallery folders, to expand the current collection, or be retouched for further layering and compositing. Customizing and compositing images are made easy, thanks to a wide range of stationeries, symbols, icons and arrows, found in over seven item categories. You can rotate, scale and transform images or use the embedded slider controls for pixel-accurate positioning. The same can be done for changing color settings, and adjusting edge properties with special effects such as feathering, shadowing, or white edging.
Users can now import snapshots and clippings directly from online websites with the use of a rectangular cropping tool. Images can also be manually cut out with just a flick of the finger, using the intuitive lasso tool. You can also add text by simply typing and later adjusting the background and font settings. Last but not least, you can also further customize your projects by dropping in background images with added spotlight, and color effects to enhance the look. When ready, simply export the projects to Facebook, Picasa, Dropbox or send them as a email attachment to colleagues.
You can download the latest trial in your iTunes Stores - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/visualize-free/id456857776?ls=1&mt=8 , or visit Reallusion to get more information: http://iphone.reallusion.com/
Here's a demo introduction video of Visualize