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Rendering the Morph

Here we have added a total of 35 dots to the morph and are ready to render it to a file for use outside of Morpheus Photo Morpher Mac. The layout in this final form is available to play around with since it is included as one of the sample layouts with Morpheus Photo Morpher Mac.

In order to render your morph, simply select Render Timeline from the File menu, as shown here. The option just above Render Timeline is Save Layout. Keep in mind that rendering is not the same as saving your layout. Saving your layout saves your work (which pictures you are using and where you have placed dots) so that you can change your morph later on. Rendering creates a file which can be emailed or displayed in other programs, but which cannot be changed by Morpheus Photo Morpher Mac in the future.

At the Save window, you can select a location to render your morph to, enter a name for the file, and select a file type to render to. Enter any file name you wish, but make sure you remember which folder on your hard drive you saved your morph into.

Flash SWF and Animated GIF formats are the best for displaying on webpages. Here we will render to a Flash SWF movie by selecting Flash SWF from the "File format" dropdown.

After a brief rendering progress window, your morph file will be created and ready for viewing.