Tumult Inc. Releases Hype 1.6 Update with Filter Effects
January 7, 2013 in Web Design
Among many highlights, the 1.6 version of Tumult Hype continues its effort to support bleeding edge web features, including CSS3 Filter Effects. These enable designers to add blurs, hue shifts, saturation changes, and modify brightness/contrast levels to achieve interesting visuals. For creating animations, the new Capo tool is an innovative way to easily set start times when recording. Time-based triggers coupled with timeline pause/continue/jump-to-time actions enable creative new animation flows. Tumult Hype's interface has also been polished to look gorgeous on Retina MacBook Pros.
A list of the top 1.6-specific information, including a video walkthrough, can be found at Tumult online.
"Our previous 1.5 release was wildly successful due to adding iBooks Author widget creation and adding several other fundamental features to make it a mature product. When we set out to build the version 1.6, we looked beyond this towards the features which would help users make the most visually compelling animations. The end result in face-meltingly powerful," says Jonathan Deutsch, founder of Tumult Inc. He continued, "It is amazing watching animated blurs or hue-shifts within a web browser, and I can't wait to see what users will produce. HTML5 has subsumed large parts of Flash, and Tumult Hype is the best product for users to leverage it, and is very affordable too."
Purchase & Availability:
Tumult Hype 1.6 is sold on the Mac App Store or the Tumult Store for $49.99 USD to new users or as a free upgrade to existing customers. More product information, a 14-day free trial, and a store link can be found at our product website.
Tumult Inc. was founded in 2010 by Jonathan Deutsch and Ryan Nielsen. Both are ex-Apple employees whose mission is to make the next generation of tools to produce beautiful web sites and apps. Tumult Inc. is funded by Y Combinator as part of the Winter 2011 class. Copyright (C) 2013 Tumult Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.