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looking for animation tools to fit my workflow i basically use paint tool sai to draw and it d be good to just copy paste bunch of jpgs i ve saved without realigning them and then have them animate in fps and not miliseconds whats my choices tx

>> No.3165  
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Sounds crazy bro. Pretty sure you can do something like that in Adobe Flash CS3.

That is also how I make gifs in Photoshop, import a bunch of jpegs as frames, but that's probably not suitable for whatever it is you're trying to do. What is it you're trying to do?

>> No.3172  

Blender is a go-to, especially for 2D animation now that they have Grease Pencil. Also, look into OpenToonz, Krita, Tahoma2D.

>> No.3173  

The difference is that there's much more free and open source animation software that's just as powerful.

>> No.3175  

>>3165 >adobe
im poor and that s a slowass ugg software
>>3172 yeah it does have compositor
but slow and chonky
>>3173 correct, bravo

>> No.3177  

>>3175 I got it for free (on the Internet)

>> No.3184  

>it does have compositor but slow and chonky
I would have to disagree, it's ran fine from my own experience.

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