Optunis Imaging Releases ChromaKeys 1.0.2|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Thursday, July 5, 2007 - 13:59 EDT)
New ways to import images for intelligent masking highlight the new release.
Optunis Imaging has released version 1.0.2 of its $49 ChromaKeys utility for masking images on Mac OS X. Highlights of the new version are new ways of importing images, including support for drag and drop.
Using ChromaKeys, instead of just selecting a single color to act as the chroma key, you can choose several colors (each with a tolerance) or just select a region of the image, and obtain all the colors within that region to act as chroma keys. You can also mark image areas as opaque to protect them, or transparent to replace them.
The new version includes these bug fixes and enhancements:
• New ways to import an image
• Dragging and dropping the image into the ChromaKeys window
• Dragging and dropping an image file into the ChromaKeys window
• Copying the image and pasting it into the ChromaKeys window
• New toolbar button allows you to export the masked image to the clipboard
• Export file type now automatically adds TIFF extension (previously, users had to add TIFF extension manually to the filename)
The update is available from the Optunis Imaging Web site.