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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 How to animate with Synfig Studio
- 2.3 Following a Spline
- 2.4 Motion Tracking Tutorial
- 2.5 Pseudo IPO-drivers in Synfig
- 2.6 Lip Syncing
- 2.7 Walk Cycle + TimeLoop layer
- 2.8 Shiny Effects
- 2.9 Kynetic Typography
- 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.
Draw a Circle Rectangle Star Spline
Draw a Circle Rectangle Star Spline: Short tutorial about creating Circle Rectangle Star 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.
How to animate with Synfig Studio
Following a Spline
Motion Tracking Tutorial
This Tutorial shows how to list import and how to do motion tracking.
Pseudo IPO-drivers in Synfig
Zelgadis gave us this method to control playback using a variable.
Performed a lipsync easily Synfig + Papagayo: Lipsync Tutorial
Making a lipsync, different video explanation Lipsync Tutorial - Synfig - Papagayo
Walk Cycle + TimeLoop layer
This tutorial follows the Doc:Shiny_Effects tutorial
Micro-tutorial by Yoyobuae
How to vectorize a drawing
Realised with Synfig 1.0.x by LoboZamora
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/