Image warping and dissolving.
gmorph is a digital image warping and dissolving program, also known as a "morphing" program. It runs under the X Window System. The primary use of gmorph is to generate and modify meshes which control the shape of an image. gmorph also has the capacity to dissolve images together, and to generate a sequence of warped and dissolved images. When this sequence is made into a movie, it is called a "morph".
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