[LAU] OT: SVG and HTML5 animation

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To: Linux Audio Users <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Monday, April 9, 2012 - 10:28 am

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I recently decided to try help a friend put together an animated website
which led to me looking into SVG and HTML5 animation tools wrt Linux.

It would seem to me that Sencha Animator, which is a pricey commercial app
but at least has a native Linux version, is pretty much the only option we
have currently if you don't have the patience, skill and time to hand code
SVG and JS animations. There is sif2svg to convert synfig files into simple
svg anims but synfig has no native svg export support and Inkscape, Pencil
and Sodipodi say they plan to eventually support SVG animation but I don't
think either has any real animation support yet. I found a JAVA SVG editor
called sketsa which has a animation plugin but that doesn't work under the
latest release.

Anyone know of any other apps, hopefully FOSS, that may (one day) be a
viable alternative to Sencha Animator and Adobe Edge?

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I recently decided to try help a friend put together an animated website wh=
ich led to me looking into SVG and HTML5 animation tools wrt Linux.It would seem to me that Sencha Animator, which is a pricey com=
mercial app but at least has a native Linux version, is pretty much the onl=
y option we have currently if you don't have the patience, skill and ti=
me to hand code SVG and JS animations. There is sif2svg to convert synfig f=
iles into simple svg anims but synfig has no native svg export support and =
Inkscape, Pencil and Sodipodi say they plan to eventually support SVG anima=
tion but I don't think either has any real animation support yet. I fou=
nd a JAVA SVG editor called sketsa which has a animation plugin but that do=
esn't work under the latest release.
Anyone know of any other apps, hopefully FOSS, that may=
(one day) be a viable alternative to Sencha Animator and Adobe Edge?

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