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Morphing & Warping for Mac.
Morphing of a man into a woman

Morph Age is an application for morphing/warping images (such as faces) on macOS, and lets you save the result as a video.

Morph Age has most of the latest advances in image morphing features, including Smart Assist and interactive preview. It also supports real time prototyping and motion/blend curve editing.

Morph Age works by allowing you to define curves on one or more images. Any change made on the curves is reflected on the resulting image through the corresponding distortion and morphing effect.

New in Morph Age 5.0: modernized user interface with support for Dark Mode and Retina display.

Non-Linear Morphing.

View of the blending and motion curves window and the result on a cat/tiger morphing Morph Age can animate warp curves independently, so that different parts of the image moves at different times (the eyes, then the ears, then the mouth...). Also, animation effects are available, such as springy motion. Morph Age shows the result in real time, so that you can quickly and easily prototype the transformation.

In Morph Age, not only shapes and curves can be animated at will, in a fully controlled way, but also blending. Blending tells what amount, or percentage, of the first image that you want to combine with the second one. In a man to tiger morphing animation for instance, it makes it possible to have a man quickly show up with the tiger fur while still having human traits. Or in a man to man project, have a 30/70 mix for the traits, while having a 60/40 on textures for interesting effects.

Colorizing & Layers. Sub-Pixel Accuracy.
Colorizing feature shown on picture of a man with a yellow glow

Morph Age has colorizing options that makes Hulk-like warp effects possible. This works by allowing the user to define, independently for each curve, a color that will "bleed" on the underlying image parts. This color bleeding is animated consistently with the deformation.

Layers in Morph Age is a way to express that parts of the image are above others. This is used to express that the chin is above the clothes and that whenever the chin is moved downwards, it should pass over them (and not under).

Subpixel accuracy shown on the picture of a cat zoomed in to show only the eye

Morph Age has full support for zooming and scrolling capabilities. Morph Age offers subpixel accuracy, zooming allows precise curve placement.

This enables fine-tuning of the curves that define the transformation, thus avoiding the "ghost" effect typical of morphing applications. Curve fine-tuning is seen in real-time in the interactive preview panel.

Real-Time Rendering.

Morph Age uses advanced GPU rendering techniques, allowing real-time preview even for mega-pixels images while still being accurate to sub-pixel.

Click Play, and you see the morph/warp in real-time, whatever the image size. Morph Age has an extremely fast rendering engine that combines CPU operations (optimized for Intel Macs) and GPU, or graphics card, power. You can even move the curves that define the transformation while the animation is playing. This makes it convenient for iterative placement of curves as there is no lag in the render-cycle, making Morph Age well suited to easily and rapidly prototype the effect you want.

Split view of the interface to show difference between dark and light mode themes on macOS