The basic idea of this stack is to take simple content types (like video, images or iFrames) and 'frame' them within an attractive backdrop image.
Therefore you can accomplish the appearance of this content being presented inside a device or other object. Brilliant to use for website banners, product videos, software screenshots, and much more.
You can choose to use one of the many preset backdrop images. Alternatively you can add your own custom image. Then use the sliders to adjust the size and positioning of your content to fit the 'cut out'.
Filmset is a mobile responsive stack and can be optimised for higher resolution displays. Content types like HTML5 video support some advanced features, like captions and subtitles.
A stack that is certain to grab the attention of all your website users!
1 year ago
Playing videos framed into an old TV-screen or anything else. Great idea. Many presets showing videos in all kinds of different devices are included, but you can use any image as a frame. You can set the area of the image where to play the video. Very very easy to use.
1 year ago
I built a client home page with several screengrabs of software demos framed into iMac displays - all easily done in Pixelmator. Then the client said 'we really like this..can we frame some video as well'. After hours of messing around and not getting too far, Will from Stacks4Stacks built me some custom code which worked perfectly. Happy client, happy me. Will has now built this into a fully featured stack which I have been playing with this morning. Completely brilliant. in no time at all you can embed working vides into a huge range of devices (not just Apple) that come built in, and if that's not enough, simply use your own. Videos can be used from YouTube / Vimeo, directly within resources or warehouse link and iFrame. Static images are also easily added. definitely gets top rating from me - highly recommended.