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Bamboo Spark for animation

Bamboo Spark, Bamboo Slate, Bamboo Folio
JFS1980
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Joined: Tue 20. Dec 2016, 16:03

Bamboo Spark for animation

Postby JFS1980 » Tue 20. Dec 2016, 16:06

Hello,

on the Bamboo Spark, is there a possibility to use the split function also as animationfunction?
Or is there another possibility to us teh Spark as drawinganimationhelper?

Cheers

wacom1
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Joined: Tue 29. Nov 2016, 09:46

Re: Bamboo Spark for animation

Postby wacom1 » Wed 28. Dec 2016, 09:29

There is no function to export the data as animation. You can export the data in WILL format, which is a vector data format. Through Inkspace export in other formats (SVG) is possible and technically one could write a program to convert the data into some animation format. For details on WILL see http://www.wacom.com/en-au/enterprise/will


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