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by Greenlaw
19 Jun 2019, 23:19
Forum: Festivals, Competitions & Contests
Topic: Annecy 2019
Replies: 5
Views: 5499

Re: Annecy 2019

Yes, congratulations! :D
by Greenlaw
29 Apr 2019, 17:40
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Import Video into TVPaint , audio does not import
Replies: 3
Views: 1343

Re: Import Video into TVPaint , audio does not import

I ran into the same problem back in September 2018. Here's the thread on the topic:

viewtopic.php?f=21&t=12049

Importing as a Clip sort of solves the problem for me but with some inconveniences.

Hopefully they're still working to fix this issue.
by Greenlaw
12 Apr 2019, 17:34
Forum: Off Topic Discussions
Topic: Farewell !
Replies: 29
Views: 18236

Re: Farewell !

This is my very last post on the forum...After 9 years of commitment toward TVPaint Développement, my job in the company is officially over. My contract with the company ended 2 days ago on my 30th birthday, that's something ! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯...Thank you all and keep doing great animations ! ❤ I'm very s...
by Greenlaw
16 Mar 2019, 20:50
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: tv paint demo. Everything looks so small
Replies: 6
Views: 3476

Re: tv paint demo. Everything looks so small

Ok, I'm back and here are the results: http://i63.tinypic.com/27yu2k5.jpg After trying the different methods, I can't say I see a lot of functional differences between them, but I'm going to switch to TVPaint's built-in scaling for my laptop with the 4k screen because it's simpler and more correct. ...
by Greenlaw
15 Mar 2019, 15:50
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: tv paint demo. Everything looks so small
Replies: 6
Views: 3476

Re: tv paint demo. Everything looks so small

Okay, now you got me wanting to revisit this. :) It's been many months since I did this for my laptop but I believe you're correct. I probably went the way I did to make the pixels more visible since 4k on a 17-screen gives you very tiny pixels. If my screen was physically bigger, I might feel diffe...
by Greenlaw
14 Mar 2019, 01:42
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: tv paint demo. Everything looks so small
Replies: 6
Views: 3476

Re: tv paint demo. Everything looks so small

There is an option in TVPaint's Preferences that multiplies the UI size--try dialing it up to 2. Since that seems easiest, I would try it first. If that doesn't do what you need, reset the multiplier to 1 and try the following procedure. Assuming you're running TVPaint on Windows 10 , do this: First...
by Greenlaw
13 Mar 2019, 03:35
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Newly Installed and Very Zoomed out on Windows
Replies: 2
Views: 1766

Re: Newly Installed and Very Zoomed out on Windows

If that doesn't work for you, I have different instructions you can try for Windows 10. First, right-click on the program icon and open its properties panel. You can do this on a shortcut. Click the Compatibility tab and click Change High DPI Settings. In the window that pops up, enable Override Hig...
by Greenlaw
03 Mar 2019, 08:01
Forum: Made with TVPaint
Topic: new Pixar short - "Kitbull" animated with TVPaint
Replies: 8
Views: 6139

Re: new Pixar short - "Kitbull" animated with TVPaint

Yes but if the padding is equally thick around the stylus, a deep slot may defeat the ergonomic reason for doing this. You could try it but I imagine it won't be very comfortable. I believe this is why users doing this are using the keyboard for buttons. The commercial one in the link works around t...
by Greenlaw
02 Mar 2019, 00:43
Forum: Made with TVPaint
Topic: new Pixar short - "Kitbull" animated with TVPaint
Replies: 8
Views: 6139

Re: new Pixar short - "Kitbull" animated with TVPaint

I wondered about this when I watched the videos last week. There are a few articles online about how having a 'fat' grip is more ergonomic because it shifts the tension to the hand muscles, putting less strain on the fingers. The only problem with using a foam wrap on a digital stylus is that it blo...
by Greenlaw
04 Jan 2019, 16:46
Forum: Off Topic Discussions
Topic: Krita vs Tvpaint Which is better for digtal painting and backgrounds
Replies: 5
Views: 5423

Re: Krita vs Tvpaint Which is better for digtal painting and backgrounds

I don't understand the issue...you should paint in whichever program or medium your most comfortable in. You can import background images created in other programs, or scan or photograph practical art, so it really doesn't matter much where you create them. TVPaint has a lot of very nice tools and i...
by Greenlaw
27 Oct 2018, 01:59
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: grey area on top of main panel
Replies: 4
Views: 3530

Re: grey area on top of main panel

Oh, look! A question I can answer. :D That's the Timeline Notes preview display. It corresponds to the timeline notes layer. When you write or draw notes there, it scrolls across the screen at the top. Normally, it should only show during playback when you enable it from the Notes layer (Display Dur...
by Greenlaw
06 Oct 2018, 23:08
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Import Video footage with audio track
Replies: 4
Views: 4177

Re: Import Video footage with audio track

I don't think that's the case here though because TVP does import the audio track if I import the video as a clip. It only ignores the audio if I import it as a layer.
by Greenlaw
04 Oct 2018, 15:42
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Pinning CTG Edit Color window
Replies: 1
Views: 1061

Re: Pinning CTG Edit Color window

Oh, never mind! I was playing around with CTG's Edit Color a minute ago and realized I misunderstood the UI and was using it incorrectly. I think I have it figured out now. In case anybody is wondering, the panel was undocked and after I enabled 'Use These Colors Only', the palette docked itself in ...
by Greenlaw
04 Oct 2018, 15:29
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Pinning CTG Edit Color window
Replies: 1
Views: 1061

Pinning CTG Edit Color window

Hi, This is probably a very basic question, so my apologies in advance. Here goes: I was teaching my daughter how to use CTG and we were wondering: is there a way to pin the CTG color palette window so that it doesn't completely close and go away when we click another layer? It was frustrating that ...