Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 10th Jan 2006 04:18 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews A powerful 2D animation product, Synfig, was open sourced recently under the GPL after the company behind it failed in the market place. The application is still actively maintained by its original author, Robert B. Quattlebaum, which we interview today about.
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by jarrwlee on Wed 11th Jan 2006 06:11 UTC
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rain: With Synfig, it all depends on how many keyframes you feel like adding. The more you do by hand, the less it'll look like computer morphing filled in. No, the project is not perfect (for me, it's obscenely difficult to use), but as with all things it depends on how much time and man power you're willing to devote to something.

Dark_Knight: The projects are .sif files, which are XML based and are Synfig specific. Since they're XML, you can even open them in a text editor. As for what image formats and video formats it supports, I'm not sure, but I know for a fact that it's on the Synfig site at http://www.synfig.com

Edited 2006-01-11 06:11

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