Edit your video clips frame-by-frame or apply a tracking function on your content by using this lightweight, accessible application.
- Version :1.9.0
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :GIPSA-lab
If you are interested in editing videos, you might need a reliable tool that can provide you with various customization tools, while also keeping them at a rather low complexity level.
Although there is a wide variety of software that you can rely on to achieve satisfactory results, not many of them come with frame-by-frame editing functions, as SensArea does.
Clean user interface
This application features a sleek design that neatly organizes its functions without hiding them within series of menus, therefore allowing you to access most of them without great efforts.
The main window displays several sections, where you can preview your video, organize layers or frames, access playback functions for your content and apply various filters to it.
Despite its accessible interface, some of SensArea’s most important functions are either limited or non-functional. For instance, creating a mask with the brush tool does not always fill it up, selecting several items with the Wand tool does not work and creating multiple mask items is impossible.
You can only create a single mask by using any of the tools, but combining tools to create a more complex selection does not always yield the expected outcome. It is possible to interpolate or cancel interpolation of masks, but this function might prove to be quite tricky, therefore you might want to check the integrated user guide contents.
If you are satisfied with the current selection, you can proceed to the editing section that provides you with multiple effects that can visually modify your content, such as Pixelize, Blur, Cartoon, Binarize and Sepia.
Multiple export formats
Despite its functionality flaws, this application supports exporting your results to various formats, such as SWF, XML and AVI.
In conclusion, SensArea can provide you with frame-by-frame video editing functions, but you should be aware that many important features might not work as intended or might not work at all.