Hype allows you to create beautiful animated and interactive Web content and was the winner of the 2011 Macworld Editors’ Choice Award
Hype’s HTML5 output works on all modern browsers and mobile devices like iPhones and iPads. No coding required.
Interactivity & Animations
- Hype’s keyframe-based animation system brings your content to life. Click “Record” and Hype watches your every move, automatically creating keyframes as needed. Or, if you’d prefer to be more hands-on, manually add, remove, and re-arrange keyframes to fine-tune your content. Hype lets you make as many scenes as needed, and a variety of actions can switch between scenes using smooth transitions. Use the power of multiple timelines to run animations based on mouse/keyboard events.
- Hype’s scene editor is powered by WebKit, the same modern rendering engine that powers Safari. What you create in Hype is what your viewers will see in the browser. Hype’s rich inspector lets you dive in and easily tweak every aspect of your content. Intelligent guidelines, arrangement, and sizing tools give fine control over element placement.
Native OS X Experience
- Hype was written in Cocoa exclusively as a OS X app, adopting most new Mountain Lion features and is gorgeous on Retina displays. It is intuitive and easy to use, letting you focus on creating great content. Hype launches in a second.
- NOTE: Changed ".resources" export folder name to ".hyperesources" to prevent problems displaying on older Microsoft IIS web servers (such as those used by GoDaddy)
- Fixed bug where elements with a blur may show trails or not animate on Chrome and Safari
- Resolved crash when hitting play and moving an animation bar at the same time
- Fixed regression where Go To URL would open inside of iframes
- Command-clicking to rotate will now work when zoomed out
- Many other bug fixes
Intel, OS X 10.6.6 or later