Sunday, June 13, 2010

Smith Micro Software Revealed new Anime packages

Smith Micro Software has unveiled Anime Studio Debut 7 as well as Anime Studio Pro 7. With the help of both the programs one can create cartoons, 2D movies, and also cut-out animations. Both feature a new content library, new integrated audio recording capabilities, and other new tools. Anime Studio Pro is targeted to professionals and digital artists, while Anime Studio Debut is targeted to beginners.

In addition to the new audio capability and content library, Anime Studio Pro 7 offers a range of additional new features like 3D shape design, simulated physics, and also advanced animation tools.
The program alleviates the need for tedious frame-by-frame design through its bone-rigging system, which lets users create a character skeleton that moves the figure over time. This provides greater control, flexibility, and efficiency in the design process, the company says.

With the help of the new Simulated Physics toolkit users are able to apply movement parameters to object and characters so that they could rotate, fall as well as react. Users are able to control the gravity, density, springiness of objects, and friction as well as adjust the way they collide.

Anime Studio Debut 7 is integrated with built-in lip-syncing, audio recording, new content library, as well as accessible interface for the creation of 2D movies, cartoons, cut-out animations, and anime.

The software provides a user with a new Beginner’s Mode. It is created in order to guide first-time animators by means of key animation tools as well as techniques. Also it offers quick access to the key feature of the program available with rollover instructions, video tutorials as well as streamlined interface.


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