16 Color: The Internet Movie Machine 2.0
16 Color: The Internet Movie Machine lets you create and view online animations through the use of painting and drawing tools.
Make your productions with existing images or create your own.
After creating your movie, send it to the 16 Color Theater for others to view. You can even e-mail them to your friends and family.
Options include: resizing and spinning of images, importation of pictures, and instant loading and saving. The available tools include: drawing, editing and animation tools.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
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