Genete wrote:Please propose here other alternatives and I'll guide you about the difficulty if needed.
thanks for the proposal. A quick scan resulted in me spotting the following.
You got any priority/preference?
and then hint/instruction/pointer?
Suggestion: rename "Center" parameter of Zoom Layer to the "Origin". Will improve the workflow. --Zelgadis - http://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... ste_Canvas
+ rename "Zoom" layer to "Scale" http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=de ... tid=757416
other misleading labelings viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1227
Triangle sliders to be always visible - triangle sliders from Colors Dialog and Gradient Dialog were visible whatever color or channel you're editing. Some times when the color or channel is to bright or light the slider is difficult to distinguish. --Genetehttp://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... ys_visible
Font selection dialogviewtopic.php?p=14832#p14832medium difficulty
Duck for Amount value in Zoom layer - (2) It would be nice if Amount value in Zoom layer was controlled by additional duck. --Zelgadis
The Amount parameter works exponentially; each time you add 1 to the Amount, the image is zoomed by a further factor of e (= 2.71828 or so)http://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... Zoom_layer
Align objects at a common border (as in Inkscape)http://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... n_function
D3. Short cut keys should appear in pop-ups and menusviewtopic.php?f=14&t=2726
export an animation to a spritesheetviewtopic.php?f=14&t=1682tough but seemingly very useful
very good improvement if the sound system were implemented into synfig. --Genetehttp://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Sound_Layer
(additional shortcuts needed for blines)viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1171
(zoom < > & mouse)
(only frames with diff from last rendering + timestamp on ?visual? modifications)
More specifically, only render frames that need to be changed since the last rendering as defined by something like a last edit (or write to filesystem) timestamp and a dependency tree. ...In the short-term, a tool like gmake might be useful for implementing this accross sessions if we add "last changed" timestamps to one or more sections of sifz files
 It would be nice to have option for smart rendering for PNG sequences. The idea is: Synfig dumps XML code of the frame and generates a checksum of XML code. Then it writes the checksum as metadata to png frame when rendered. If the the rendering done second time (on top of existing image sequence), then synfig first compares the generated checksum and checksum in existing file and does rendering of that frame only if checksums mismatch. --Zelgadishttp://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... trenderinghttp://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... _rendering
P2P render farm & networkabilityhttp://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... orkabilityviewtopic.php?f=2&t=3302
+ related: Collect for Publication: (3/4) - (zotz) Menu item, functionality that would collect all files referenced in a sif and place them all in a tgz for sending elsewhere or publishing animations in source form.http://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... ublication
vector export (libming? svg? flash? sml? eps? HTML5)
 Synfig could export to svg animations with SVG+SMIL, which would make possible to view an animation directly in the browser without any previous rendering.
-> swf / fla: suggested Python's SwfTools, but isn't this "only" encapsulating raster?http://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_list#Flash_exporthttp://wiki.synfig.org/wiki/Dev:Wish_li ... animationsviewtopic.php?f=14&t=425
(mostly flash and svg)