Fun Morph is a tool that lets you morph or warp images into video files.
When you initiate the software with the user-friendly interface, you must use the project wizard to create a new project, or open the samples project if you want to experiment with templates.
If you want to create a new project, you have to choose the morph type (morphing, warping), import and edit the source image(s), configure movie settings (standard size, movie frames), add dots, and save your work.
The difference between morphing is warping is simple: you can alter an image, or blend one into another.
You can crop images and adjust brightness, contrast, RGB, or apply filters - negative, gray scale, blur, sharpen, edges, emboss and height pass. To configure the movie options, you have to set the standard size and movie frames.
The trickiest part in Fun Morph is when you have to add dots. You can spend a lot of time trying to synchronize the elements of two pictures, especially when you have such basic elements at your disposal (insert or remove a dot). The whole task can be accomplished only by using the mouse, since using the keyboard's arrows for precision is not possible.
Once you work is complete, save it as Flash, AVI, GIF, HTML, or you can save a frame or the entire sequence as JPG, BMP, PNG or TIF files.
The bottom line is that Fun Morph really is a cool tool to morph images, although it demands a high amount of system resources. The biggest problem is when you have to add dots, because this task tends to become very frustrating.
Also, it would have helped if some video tutorials guided you. On the other hand, Fun Morph has a well-drawn help file, so even first-time users can get familiarized with this program very quickly.