Video tutorials could be updated with 0.64.0
In this section you'll find some basic video tutorials of the most common tasks in Synfig. Feel free to ask here for any new video tutorial.
- 1 Basics of Animations
- 2 Animation
- 2.1 Flower Animation
- 2.2 Following a Spline
- 2.3 Pseudo IPO-drivers in Synfig
- 2.4 Animating a caped character
- 2.5 How to animate with Synfig Studio
- 2.6 Shiny Effects
- 2.7 Motion Tracking Tutorial
- 2.8 Lip Syncing
- 2.9 More at PenguinTutorials.com
- 3 Advanced
Basics of Animations
In this sections, how to use simple part of Synfig studio, mostly one Layer usage.
Creating a Spline
Creating a Spline: This small video tutorial shows the basic steps to build a Spline. Video editing was done using Synfig itself.
Creating Circles, Rectangles and a Spline
Creating Circles, Rectangles, and a Spline: Short tutorial about creating Circles, Rectangles, and a Spline.
Curve warp demonstration
I'd like to introduce few videos about my experiments with curve warp deformation layer. Unfortunately I'm bad translator and I sounded it in russian, but I hope video is clear enough as is. If any question ask me I'll try to explain.
[Planned Part 3 of 3]
Synfig Blend Test: 22 blend methods times 15 layers = 330 boring frames. At 0.55 fps = 10 boring minutes. Enjoy!
This video tutorial shows how to do an animation of a growing flower. The tutorial roughly follows the written Doc:Flower_Animation tutorial.
Following a Spline
Pseudo IPO-drivers in Synfig
Zelgadis gave us this method to control playback using a variable.
Animating a caped character
A 3-part tutorial on making an animated caped character in synfig.
How to animate with Synfig Studio
This tutorial follows the Doc:Shiny_Effects tutorial
Motion Tracking Tutorial
This Tutorial shows how to list import and how to do motion tracking.
More at PenguinTutorials.com
You can find more video tutorials at PenguinTutorials.com
Making headturn guides using Synfig
Realised with Synfig 0.64.1 by Konstantin Dmitriev
Nota: to help to translating and caption this video : http://amara.org/v/CUeA/