synfigstudio

vector-based 2D animation package (graphical user interface)
  http://www.synfig.org/
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Synfig is a vector based 2D animation package. It is designed to be capable of producing feature-film quality animation. It eliminates the need for tweening, preventing the need to hand-draw each frame.

This package contains the graphical user interface for synfig.
Latest reviews
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AngryAtOSBS 1 year ago

It won't open .jpeg, .bmp, .png files - that means it's garbage.

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zack 1 year ago

To create and manipulate 2D animation easily, one of the few that works on GNU/LINUX, and mostly free. There are tutorials and a forum on the official site. Otherwise it's great to have a recent version, thanks for the effort, because flatpak is really big.

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FinixFighter 4 years ago

Amazing software! Please keep it up to date!

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xiib 5 years ago

¡Oigan! Deberían de poner la versión de este año. La que está aquí es muy vieja

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workaround 8 years ago

This is the 2013 version go to synfig.org to get new version

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gthkeno 9 years ago

Render Time takes a while since it only uses one CPU core (even after trying to fix it) other than that it's a solid animation program

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edv12000 9 years ago

awesome software of animation.very nice!

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HerrDierk 9 years ago

Simple to use. Give it a try !

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lobozamora 10 years ago

Excelente programa de animacion 2D, tan poderoso como cualquier programa de animacion 3D pero adaptado al mundo del 2D, puede parecer un poco confuso al inicio pero el resultado final es genial, ademas existen bastantes tutoriales para aprender como usarlo.

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rarsa 10 years ago

You don't need to be an animation pro to create believable animations. Tutorials are simple and give you a good idea of how to use the application.

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SanCHEESE 10 years ago

Nice

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zaenal1234 13 years ago

very good. for 2d animation.

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jasonjohnwells 13 years ago

best open source 2d animation app

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boggle 13 years ago

Give it a go its great! Very powerful tool for creating animations. Similar to Adobe flash CS series. Read tutorials, complex like blender (less so)