Knot lets you design the knot's form, colors, motion, backgrounds and lighting - or design and render entire animations automatically.
It's an endless source of gorgeous moving backgrounds and photo-collage elements for your work.
With Knot, you can now make 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5 and Mac OS 9. You can create TIFF images, stereograms, seamlessly repeating tiles, QTVR objects and QuickTime movies from a single design.
Dive right into the abstract modelling options including curved strands, straight segments, spheres, glowing objects and ribbons. Or use the Magic Knot screen to conjure a whole movie from scratch.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
A site license is $200.00.
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