Lentigram is a software to interlace a sequence of pictures.
With Lentigram you can also:
Lentigram uses a ray-tracing technique to interlace a sequence of images and the more images you provide the better results it produces.
A bokeh option can be used to reduce discretization typical of images which are too deep for the selected medium. The higher the number of images to interlace the softer the bokek effect.
With lentigram you don't need to produce a master file but you can generate the interlaced image at the exact decimal pitch measured using the pitch test tool, e.g. 40.04LPI.
An Interlaced image can be generated with different types of Bleeding Alignment Marks to help during the lamination phase.
Lentigram is available for 64 bits operative systems only.
Lentigram-1.1.4-win-10.exe for Windows 10.
Lentigram-1.1.4-mac-10.11.dmg for MacOS El Capitan and Sierra.
Lentigram-1.1.4-linux.AppImage for Linux Ubuntu 18.10, Fedora 29.
A tutorial describing all Lentigram functionalities is available on YouTube.
A sequence of digital images is avaliable to experiment with Lentigram and distributed under the Creative Common Licence Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).
Lentigram is licensed on either a per-user or per-device basis. A single user license covers one person using Lentigram on any number of computers and operative system, or a single device accessed by multiple people.
The cost of Lentigram on either per-user or per-device is described below.
As per Irish Tax Regulations VAT is not applicable on this product.
* The demo version includes all functionalities but the interlaced image is watermarked. Please download the demo and make sure the product satisfies your needs. Because we supply demo versions, there will be no refunds.
If you wish to purchase a licence please contact us using the Contacts Form.
To stay up to date with Lentigram development, reporting issues or ask questions please join the Lentigram Google Group