Tech4Learning’s Frames 5 animation software wins a ComputED Gazette EDDIE Award for Best Educational Software in the category of Multimedia Creation for Upper Elementary (http://computedgazette.com/page3.html). The EDDIE Awards target “innovative and content-rich programs and websites that augment the classroom curriculum.”
Frames makes it easy for anyone to create cartoons, stop-motion animation, claymation, and digital stories. With version 5, users can now collaborate on projects in real-time, capture images for time-lapse, path animate frame objects, easily match frame duration to audio, and much more.
“The streamlined interface, simple drawing and image capture tools, and new features like the ability to group frames and audio into scenes, make Frames 5 the perfect choice for anyone getting started with animation,” explains David Wagner, CEO of Tech4Learning.
I really appreciate the availability of the tools on the new interface,” shares Candace Appl of St. Joseph, Illinois . “The new recording and audio features make it is for my students to preview their voice, edit, connect audio with frames, and edit with ease. The new path animation options make it even faster to develop our ideas into animations!”
Frames is available to individuals on Amazon.com. Schools and educational organizations can take advantage of volume licensing through Tech4Learning.
Tech4Learning develops award-winning educational software that supports effective use of educational technology and helps build 21st century skills. Founded in 1999, the company’s software is used by millions of students around the world. For more information, visit www.tech4learning.com
More information about Frames 5 is available at http://www.tech4learning.com/frames or by contacting Melinda Kolk at 877-834-5453.