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  1. Fyzbo

    Fyzbo Thread Starter

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    I was at the mall today and saw this machine that allowed you to morph images. It could take two images and combine them to show what the two people's children would look like. The machine charged $5 just to combine 2 people's pictures. My friends thought it would be fun to do, but given that we are all poor college students, we couldn't afford it. Does anyone know of a program that we can use do this. We can use a digital camera to get the pictures and maybe use the program to combine them??? Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. gotrootdude

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    http://www.debugmode.com/winmorph/

    WinMorph
    Free 9/1/2003
    "Professional quality warping and morphing tools. Works both as a standalone application and as a plug-in for various video editors to get best of both worlds. Intuitive shape-based morphing for both ease of use and high degree of freedom. Advanced keyframing, blending and distortion tools for total control. Can do dynamic morphing (also called video morphing). Input file formats include JPEG, BMP, PCX, PNG, PBM, TGA, and TIFF. Output file formats include JPEG, BMP, PNG, TGA, TIFF, AVI, MPEG and SWF (that's right, Flash!). For Win9x/ME/Win2k/XP."
     
  3. Rhettman5.1

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    Most any photo program with a clone feature will let ya have some fun, threw this together in a few minutes with photosuite II

    What would Greenis and Fyzbo's kid look like ??

    [​IMG]

    as I said , a FEW minutes, if ya took some time you'd be amazed :)
     

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  4. Fyzbo

    Fyzbo Thread Starter

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    I was hoping for something with more point and click simplicity. Where I can just choose two images and have the program do the work, but I'm starting to think that is too much to ask for.
     
  5. Etregen

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    Oh! Morpheus does just that. Try here:

    http://www.morpheussoftware.net/

    Of course these are for animated blends; you can always extract one of the frames by itself.
     
  6. LANMaster

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    Geez! Rhetmann and Angel are going to have a field day with this thread ... I just know it! :D
     
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