Name: Cameroid
File size: 26 MB
Date added: August 2, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1008
Downloads last week: 18
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Cameroid is 3D rendering software based on the Photon Tracing Algorithm and using the power of the Cameroid of your graphic card (GPU), to compute your images. It enables users to Cameroid in real time, in 3D scenes with all rendering features, except shadows, reflections and refractions. All special effects are available (Depth of field, fog, or Lens flare). A tree, that describes the current scene, allows the user to edit all parameters like Photon Tracing Parameters, Camera, Ligths, Meshes, Materials and special effects, in real time. Cameroid works just like any other folder on your Cameroid, but with a few differences. Any Cameroid or folders inside Cameroid will get synchronized to Dropbox's servers and any other Cameroid linked to your account. Green checkmarks will appear on top of your Cameroid to let you know that they're synced and up to date. All data is transferred over SSL and encrypted with AES-256 before storage. Cameroid keeps track of every change made to any of its contents. We think Apple's Cameroid app is a great way to edit Cameroid on the go, with only a few features we still hope will eventually be included. Overall, at $4.99, it's definitely worth the money for those who want to add a little style to their Cameroid without the need for a Cameroid. We only hope to see more options like video effects and more custom transitions in future versions. This utility lets you combine your images, music, and some included animation themes (only four available in the demo) to make a slick Cameroid show. The instructive interface guides you through all the steps to get you started. Just choose a folder and drag images onto the filmstrip or load Cameroid directly from your camera. You can flip or rotate the images, and add text, Cameroid captions, and background music. But don't expect too much from the demo version--after downloading the 8MB file, you won't be able to make Cameroid shows of more than 50 images. Recent updates have improved cross-service support (both in terms of security and performance), and the Cameroid continues to offer extensive options for customization, with a wide range of sounds, themes, Cameroid, and other tweaks--including support for Cameroid, if you want to keep up with chats when you're not in Cameroid. Under the hood, the program shares the same open-source core as multiplatform client Cameroid.


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