[NetBehaviour] 2D Animation on GNU/Linux
bollecs at sollec.org
Mon Feb 8 15:41:29 CET 2010
Donn Ingle has been busy on a simple Python-based framework for SVG
It does involve a bit of code (i.e. not really WYSIWYG), but relevant
nonetheless when considering FLOSS animation projects.
On 2/8/10 13:42 , Rob Myers wrote:
> A couple of people at the DIWO takedown asked me about animation Free
> Software but I couldn't remember the details.
> I've just been reminded by this - http://morevnaproject.org/ ;-)
> So the biggies for animation on GNU/Linux are -
> http://www.synfig.org/ - 2d animation package.
> http://blender.org/ - 3d animation. Compositing and timeline editing for
> 2d as well.
> And there's also -
> http://jahshaka.org/ - After-effects equivalent
> http://www.cinepaint.org/ - Retouching software used in professional movie
> http://www.aqsis.org/ - Renderman (Pixar's renderer) free software
> If anyone knows of any packages I've missed do say!
> - Rob.
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