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Guides on emulating older applications

"Gryphon Software's Morph was the first commercially available morphing software program for personal computers."

"Gryphon Software's Morph 2.5 was the original award-winning Windows/Mac morphing software that was used extensively in the movies (eg: Dracula, Robin Hood Men In Tights) and tv commercials and featured on the cover of Time magazine - twice! Morph 2.5 allowed you to achieve video-strength morphing animations on your PC, and it could play morphing sequences in QuickTime, AVI, FLC or FLI formats, turn your morph into a screen-saver or print a transformation sequence as a flip book."

The first archive is a Toast image of the CD-ROM included with a book called "CD-MORPH!" and includes Mac and Windows versions of Morph 1.5, and an encrypted version 2.5 which could be unlocked by purchasing codes from now-defunct Gryphon software.

The second archive contains a disk image with the installer files taken from the floppy version of 2.5 and includes a serial number, for that version only.

Architecture: 68k

Requires color-capable Macintosh including Power Macintosh; System 6.0.7 or higher, QuickTime 1.5 or higher, 5MB RAM.


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by MCP - 2012, March 18 - 11:53am

Morph 2.5 on floppies came to me as part of a lot auction I won, so I've uploaded it as the second archive above.

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by MCP - 2011, September 18 - 11:12pm

SwedeBear: Sounds like a plug-in for Adobe After Effects or something.

by SwedeBear - 2011, September 18 - 9:17pm

Got something called 'Adobe Morph 2.5' and 'Adobe Morph 4.8' Are those the same program as Gryphon´s?

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by 24bit - 2011, September 18 - 4:03pm

Great upload! I liked to play with the demos back then, but could never make up my mind to purchase the full version. It seems QT2 and 3 will play the included movies in emulation. The Macintoshes and the Talking Tiger are very well done.