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Project Folders/Groups​​

IanJTurner 4 years ago updated by Richard Guerinet 3 years ago 3

As Flipaclip is designed for phones and tablets, which by their nature have limited resources compared to laptops and desktop PCs, I find it best to split an animation into several smaller sections when working on a project. So I would have three projects of no more than 20 - 50 frames, rather than one large project . This also makes it easier to keep track of things, as well as being closer to the way one would work on a traditional pen and paper animation (where you could only really work on a handful of drawings at a time).


With this in mind, it would be great if the project window had a feature whereby you could group several small projects into one master project. This would make project management much easier. If, in addition, one was able to render all the projects contained in a master project into one movie (or image sequence), that would be fantastic.

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Planned

Thanks for the idea. This is a direction we are currently exploring. We have thought of adding the ability to have scenes inside a project. This would allow you to work on the different animations for one project.


Also, we are looking into allowing projects to be grouped on the home page. Allowing to render various projects into one video is an interesting idea.


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Planned

Thanks for the idea. This is a direction we are currently exploring. We have thought of adding the ability to have scenes inside a project. This would allow you to work on the different animations for one project.


Also, we are looking into allowing projects to be grouped on the home page. Allowing to render various projects into one video is an interesting idea.


Apparently, the idea had been aborted. o sorry.

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Multiple scenes inside a single project sounds like a great idea.