DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
This app is not even worth $5. I don’t usually write reviews, but please listen to the reviews that warn you about this product. The deflicker barely works, but thats just a minor detail. It constantly crashes and works very slowly. On top of that there’s not much you can do to with this app! I spent 8 hours trying to make a 45 second video. When I went to export it, all the option condensed it to an 8 second video!!! I downloaded a free photo editor and had my project done in about an hour with effects and a soundtrack. Save your money, you have been warned!!!
This app is OK, but not worth the $35 USD Pros: Nice import & export options (RAW, Pro Res, 4k, etc..) Respectable Export Speed (Uses GPU to boost speed) Cons: Few small bugs, nothing serious or a quick restart wont fix Deflicker is not effective at all. Sometimes even causes more flickering. Conclusion: The App is very good at day to day time-lapse videos, however I purchased this app for the fact it advertised as a way to deflicker photos. Which sadly I have found that it is not effective at doing just that. I am hoping they cant work on the deflicker algorithm on future releases. But currently I feel this app should have costed less. There are better apps at lower cost in the App Store.
Crashes all the time
I like the simplicity to it but this app crashes all the time. Started with 1000 images - Crashed- then tried 700 crashed - then 500… you get were I am going with this.
Crashes after 2926 pictures
The program keeps crashing when trying to import pictures.
Nice up-and-coming de-flickering app
I find this application quite fast in its processing, but agree that there are many levens of customization that it needs ot make it a major contender against other solutions. However, the major de-flickering app currently out there is also 300.00 for a commercial license. That’s 9 times as much as this, so this fact should be considered when talking about an app’s value.A masking tool that allows direct selection of sampled areas is a must, as are import options from major photo lightbox applications. DxO’s product should be added to any list that includes Aperture and LightRoom, but import/export options for any and all of these would not only be welcomed, but would raise the value of this program as a commercially viable solultion as a Time-Lapse Sequence production solution. I am sure the developer knwos this, and this is likely on the short list for upcoming releases.We also need controls over keyframing the changes, to allow for customized changes between extremely light or dark shots. Being able to dial this in on a frame-by-frame (global or masked) basis is an essential area of control.It would also be nice to be able to ramp hue changes for those scenes where the temperature of a shot shanges with the lighting, and where we need to either make these shift more subtle...or push them.Overall a great beginning for an app that I hope will rise to challenge LRTimelapse. The Mac-like interface is a good start, and the averaging algorithm seems prertty robust, but it does not seem to be able to handle large steps in exposure that bounce around, hence the need for masking tools and shot-by-shot histogram adjustments.Nice to have this on the Mac platform. Welcome!