Imagery is a program for your MacOS computer which converts various graphic, sound
and animation/video files from a variety of computers and systems into formats your
Macintosh can understand. It also allows you to translate Macintosh formats into
formats other computers can understand.
The best thing about Imagery is the price: it's free. If you do use it and if you
really feel inclined to do something with your money, I ask that you make a donation
to your local SPCA, ASPCA, RSPCA or similar animal welfare agency in your country
or area - or consider adopting a 'pound puppy' or 'pound kitty'. You'll save a life
and gain a lifelong friend!
Click here for a list of supported input and output formats.
The current version of Imagery (1.93) can be downloaded by clicking on one of the
MacBinary II format (220K)
BinHex format (299K)
Imagery v 1.8.5 (15 Feb 1996)
For Mac owners with 68000 based Macs (Plus, SE) or who are running pre-System 7,
the following will download Imagery 1.8.5, the last version which will run on those
MacBinary II Format (160K)
BinHex Format (217K)
Imagery v1.9.5 (15 Oct 1996)
For the extremely courageous, here's a first look at Imagery 1.9.5 which includes
(among other things) a new UI (incomplete) more formats including SNP animation format
(PC DigitalVision) and Silicon Graphics SGI formats as well as being a FAT version
of the program. It also includes AppleScript AppleEvents support (mostly complete).
Sorry, no documentation yet.
WARNING!!! THIS IS NOT A RELEASE VERSION AND WHILE NOT COMPLETELY STABLE IT MOSTLY
WORKS! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
MacBinary II Format (229K)
BinHex Format (310K)