What would make the ultimate 2d animation software?

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What would make the ultimate 2d animation software?

Post by VGmaster9 » 24 Feb 2017, 22:42

If there would be a 2d animation software that would have the best features of various software and making Toon Boom Harmony feel like a toy, what would they be? For example, the drawing/painting tools of TVPaint, the rigging tools of Moho, the visual fx and compositing of After Effects, etc.

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Re: What would make the ultimate 2d animation software?

Post by slowtiger » 24 Feb 2017, 22:55

This is another in a long line of hypothetical questions with a much too broad scope recently, and sorry, but I'm fed up with it.

There is no such thing as the one ideal software for everybody. Everyone has their own favorite way of doing things. IMO the best approach is to design a certain set of functions with a defined scope as good as possible, and make exchange with anything else as simple as possible.
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Re: What would make the ultimate 2d animation software?

Post by VGmaster9 » 24 Feb 2017, 23:14

slowtiger wrote:
24 Feb 2017, 22:55
This is another in a long line of hypothetical questions with a much too broad scope recently, and sorry, but I'm fed up with it.

There is no such thing as the one ideal software for everybody. Everyone has their own favorite way of doing things. IMO the best approach is to design a certain set of functions with a defined scope as good as possible, and make exchange with anything else as simple as possible.
This is just for fun. What I mean is that what would be the amount of software that would make any other individual. software pale in comparison.

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Re: What would make the ultimate 2d animation software?

Post by o0Ampy0o » 25 Feb 2017, 05:20

How about a module system of all features in existence?

You would in essence assemble your own "rig" as in the context of musical instruments.

Few individual's rigs would be identical.
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