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RageArtworks
04-28-2007, 04:33 PM
...but I have virtually no budget. And I hate seeing if there's a Windows computer that has MonkeyJam on it available. Is there a free or cheap (as in $30 or less) pencil test program available for Mac OS X? Running MonkeyJam in a virtual PC like VirtualPC or Qemu is not an option. And TOKI Linetest is a cool program, but 60 frames max.? Come on, $150 is too much for a simple program like that.

And I won't even consider Flipbook.

Now I have spread picky word maybe someone can help me?

PS.: I am trying to learn how to program in Java so I can make a platform-independent penciltester, but I can expect a learning curve of at least a year (if the people who told me that are correct), so that's not going to work.

JimPanse
04-30-2007, 08:35 AM
Hey Rogier,
just use Quicktime Pro. Its around $30 and it can open image sequences of any size and length.
And you can export your penciltests to a wide range of video formats.
Hope that helps a bit...

Thorsten

RageArtworks
04-30-2007, 09:37 AM
Quicktime is a nice piece of software, but it doesn't have support for layers, does it?

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