iTextorizer creates pictures formed with text using an input image. The words are aligned along the edges of the input image. The used algorithm is a modification of the Textorizer-Algorithm created by Max Froumentin.
- Input Image from the Photo Album or camera
- Result can be saved or sent per E-Mail
- The Result can also be sent in the vector graphics format SVG
Note: If after an upgrade from iOS 4.1 to iOS 4.2 the app crashes, please delete it and download it again from the App Store.
- Image Selection: Choose the input image from the Photo Album or camera
- Result: The size of the output image.
- Edge: Filters the edges, based on how strong they are. 1: All edges are used. 100: Only the strongest edges are used.
- #Words: Defines the number of words actually drawn. If there are more edges than words, the edges to create words from are randomly chosen.
- Minimal and Maximal Font: Sets the range for the font size of the words. Each word receives a font size proportional to the strenght of the corresponding edge.
- Words: For each chosen edge one line of the text will be drawn.
"Fly Me to the Moon, by way of a Hot Air Balloon" by Beverly & Pack
Settings: 504x709, Edge:50 #Words: 800 Font: Helvetica between 7 and 13, Words: Moon, fly, up, air
"A mother’s love" by banspy
Settings: 512x410, Edge: 56, #Words: 550, Font: Helvetica between 7 and 11, Words: Mother, child, care
"Alarm Clock 1" by Alan Cleaver
Settings: 352x525, Edge:47, #Words: 400, Font: Helvetica between 8 and 14, Words: time, wake up, work
"Green Parrot" by Jannes Pockele
Settings: 424x317, Edge: 77, #Words: 723, Font: Helvetica between 7 and 12, Words: fly, free