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July 2008

May 2008

FAQ - Synfig Animation Studio

Can I do anything to improve the stability of synfigstudio? If you're running on a Hyperthreading or multi-core CPU (e.g Pentium 4 with Hyperthreading or Intel Core2 Duo or Quadcore, etc.) then you may find Synfig is more stable if you restrict it to run on only one processor. [edit] How do I do this on Windows? To do this on windows, start Synfig Studio, then Ctrl-Alt-Del and choose Task Manager. Select the processes tab, find synfigstudio.exe in the processes list and right click on it. Choose 'Set Affinity' and make sure only one CPU is checked. Unfortunately, this setting isn't preserved so you either have to do this manually each time you start Synfig Studio or use a tool such as the Tom's Hardware Guide Task Assignment Manager. [edit] How do I do this on Linux? On linux, you need to install schedutils. Then run synfigstudio like this: taskset -c 0 synfigstudio Or if you have synfigstudio open already, run this: taskset -p -c 0 `pgrep synfigstudio`

Download - Synfig Animation Studio

Unsolved in 0.61.08 * MacOS: builds taken offline due to problems (1686495). * Windows: Rendering issues may be encountered on Hyperthreaded or multi-core CPUs. Please see the FAQ for workaround details. * There are security issues with the dv, imagemagick and ffmpeg targets on Windows, please avoid them. [edit]

synfig - Main_Page

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Animation in the free world Two-dimensional animation has long been the domain of proprietary software. That changes with the introduction of Synfig, a free software/open source tool for producing feature-film quality animation with fewer people and resources. Learn more about Synfig...