DP Animation Maker

DP Animation Maker 2.0.4

DP Animation Maker allows you to create animated GIFs and backgrounds
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DP Animation Maker is a program that allows you to quickly create animated GIF images and backgrounds.
This piece of software comes with a great toolset, and a wide range of well-organized features. The program grants you the possibility to add atmospheric effects, animals, lights, weather effects or other objects to your still images. Moreover, DP Animation Maker also offers support for three popular exporting animation formats: GIF, video format, and EXE files.

You will be pleasantly surprised to discover that this utility allows you to use a wide array of editing elements. For instance, you can create aquarium backgrounds, wave-like effects, abstract effects (like the streaming matrix code), and many more. This program further enables you to add animation to your images, either from the predefined list located under the “Add Animation” button, or by importing an image of your own. The main types of animations that you can select are moving objects (lightning, ghosts, rain drops, snowflakes, etc.), stationary objects, and animation brushes.

This program not only allows you to completely transform any roughly-captured image into a vivid one, but it also proves to be very simple to use, because the interface will simply pinpoint all available editing options for you. Nevertheless, the downside in using this program resides in the fact that it requires a great share of computer resources in order to function properly. For this reason, it is recommended that you do not to run any other application in the background, when using this utility.

To conclude with, if you can spare a sizable portion of your system's processing power, DP Animation Maker represents an adequate solution for excitingly animating your still images.

Mario Procione
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Plenty of animated effects
  • Fast Download
  • Easy to install

Cons

  • It needs a great share of computer resources to function properly
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