Will Animation added to Fresco

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Oct 17, 2020 Oct 17, 2020

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As someone who uses the animation feature in Procreate, I'm missing this in Adobe Fresco. However, I currently don't have the full version of Fresco, does the full version have animation or will it be apart of Fresco in the future?

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The full version does not currently have animation.
There are a lot of requests for animation on the UserVoice page.

I believe it will be added, but of course have no idea if/when that might happen.

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It would be amazing to see a Timeline in Fresco, right?

 

You can export your drawing as a Timelapse, but while that opens up some creative animation possibilities, it's really best for just showing your drawing process from start to finish.

 

Anything that you draw in Fresco can be imported into After Effects, Premiere Pro, Animate, or Photoshop where your drawing(s) or layers can be sequenced across a Timeline.  If you draw the frames of your animation in stacked layers in Fresco, you could open the Fresco file in Photoshop and then save it as a layered PSD file to your local storage and then bring that into After Effects.  If going to Premiere Pro or Animate, it might be best to export the resulting layers to PNG files.  Of course, you could also just work in a Photoshop Timeline.  

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