August 9th, 2009
· FrameByFrame now produces proper movies for images of any resolution. This means you are no longer restricted to using 72 dpi images.
May 21st, 2009Bug fixes:
· The shutter sound selection "no sound" now has an effect - it turns the sound off!
· Norwegian and Brazilian Portuguese localizations.
· Images are now numbered sequentially.
February 2nd, 2009
· Improved picture quality through frame averaging. Set up averaging of two to twenty frames in the Preferences.
· "Shutter sound" provides auditory feedback. Select your favorite sound in the Preferences.
· Delete selected pictures using the Back Space key.
January 15th, 2009
· Navigate your movie's pictures using the keyboard.
· Added support for Apple Remote. Use your Mac's remote control to take pictures and navigate them.
· It is now possible to set 0% and 100% onion skinning opacity by clicking the film strip/camera symbols flanking the slider.
· The FrameByFrame newsfeed will inform you of new versions.
· Extended preferences for configuring keyboard shortcuts, remote control use and newsfeed download.
· Added Russian and Ukrainian localizations.
November 18th, 2008
· Snapshot key may now be assigned freely using "File > Preferences".
· Added Polish language support.
August 6th, 2008
· Added Japanese language support.
· Added Netherlands language support.
July 10th, 2008
· Improved English language support.
· Added German language support.
· Added Greek language support.
· Added Spanish language support.
· Added Italian language support.
June 17th, 2008
· Redesigned graphical user interface.
· Controls for adjustment of onion skin opacity.
· Copy/paste/cut/delete menu items may now be used.
· Undo/redo mechanism including tracking of document changes and reverting to saved versions.
· Drag and drop behaviour improved (minimum drag distance).
· "Special Thanks" screen.
June 5th, 2008
· Reorder pictures and interact with the Finder using Drag and Drop.
· Importing pictures now puts them in the correct place.
· Documents now have their own icons.
· Now with correct version number.
· Exported QuickTime movies now get .mov extension by default.
May 6th, 2008
· Use any QuickTime codec present on your Mac to encode your movies, including the fabled H.264.
· Encode with high, standard or low quality to adjust the file size of your movie.
· The image strip keeps the focus on the most recently inserted to reduce the amount of scrolling necessary.