Posts Tagged ‘Synfig’

Night of the Living Dead Pastries

Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

A short animation done in Synfig Studio with the aid of Mypaint, Pencil2D and Blender.

You can download this short in full HD resolution and get some extra material like wallpapers as a pay-what-you-want download (You can enter €0 and download for free, it is CC-by-sa after all). I will be very grateful if you do!

Click here to download and pay what you like for it.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Synfig 0.62.02

Sunday, November 21st, 2010
Animationsprogrammet Synfig har släppts i en ny version med bl.a. en uppstartsbild gjord av mig. Programmet är fri mjukvara och väldigt kompetent. Ladda hem och prova!

Synfig render script

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Nautilus / Synfig Studio script.
Download Synfig render script.

A script that renders selected Synfig project file into a png-sequence.

To install just download the script and copy it to your Nautilus script folder and make it executable (chmod +x synfig_render_to_png-seq).

To use it just select your .sif or .sifz-file, right-click and run the script. The file is now rendered to a png-sequence in a folder beside the Synfig-file.

I’ve set the render size to 1920x1080px but you can change this to whatever you’d like to have inside the script.

Licensed as Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0

Synfig, images to lst-file

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009

Nautilus/Synfig Studio script.
Download Synfig png > list script ver.0.1.1.

A handy little script that creates a list-file that you can import into Synfig Studio.

To install just download the script and copy it to your Nautilus script folder and make it executable (chmod +x synfig_png-seq>list).
Usage is equally simple; select the images you want to import as a sequence and run the script from your nautilus-menu.

Licenced as Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0

Convert Movie to png-sequence

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Nautilus/Synfig script.
Download Convert movie to png-sequence script ver.0.1.3.

This is a Nautilus script that takes any movie and converts it to an image sequence and creates an accompanying .lst-file which you can import into Synfig.

To install just download the script and copy it to your Nautilus script folder and make it executable (chmod +x convert-movie-to-png-seq).
To use it select any movie file, right click it and choose the script from the Script sub-menu.
Now it creates a folder named as your movie-file minus the extension, in which it outputs an image sequence and a .lst-file which you can import into Synfig.

Note that I’ve set the image size to 480×270 and the frame rate to 25fps which you easily can change to whatever you prefer within the script file.