Onion Skining

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  • #1086
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    4Jex Productions
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    Is There a free program that I can do Onion Skining with?

    Thanks,

    #1087
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    Yolegoman
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    Stop motion animator, find it in the resorces section. Sorry, no time for a link, got chores.

    #1088
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    Banjo
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    Stop Motion Pro, too.. Dont know where a link for that is though.

    #1098
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    4Jex Productions
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    OK. I already have those programs, I was just wondering if there were any others. Thank you 🙂

    #1099
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    Lews Therin
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    The onion skinning did something REALLY odd when I used it with SMA, so just be aware. It went all green and pixilated.

    #1132
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    unfoldingmetal
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    whats onion skinning?

    #1141
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    Brian of Gep
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    Being able to see the frames you HAVE shot,
    and the one you’re about to shoot.

    So you can tell how much you’ve moved it,
    and, ideally, if you’ve accidentally moved something else.

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