Kinemac 2.0.3
MacFormat UK|April 2021
Create high-quality 3D motion sequences for your video projects
George Cairns

$99 (about £75) for single-use licence FROM softoBe, NEEDS macOS 10.15 or later

Kinemac 2.0.3 is a 3D modelling and animation app that’s designed to help you create motion graphic sequences for video projects. You can use it to present clips or stills on a series of virtual 3D screens to create eye-catching title sequences for your YouTube channel. The app offers a range of preset 3D shapes that you can add to your virtual TV set (or stage), and it’s a doddle to drag and drop your own clips and stills onto the various sides of a 3D cube for example.

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