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Gallery - Synfig Animation Studio

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This page deprecated and not maintained anymore. We keep it here for historical purpose only. Please navigate to the new version of this page.

Here you can find examples of works created with Synfig by the community and by the artists at Voria Studios.

You are welcome to share your work with us so we can see how synfig is being used. You are encouraged to distribute your source files (.sif and so on) so others can learn from your work. Obviously this is only if you have permission to distribute all of it.

Finished works

Lots of works are being created with synfig, but here are a few examples of what can be done with it. You can find more videos and images in the challenges, in the artwork forums and on youtube, deviantART, flickr, google video, maybe google images and maybe on some blogs or articles about synfig. In particular, all of ullebulle's youtube videos have links to the corresponding .sif files.

EyesSome eyesBy Madsen | Video | Source

Plant Layer ExampleAn example of what the plant layer can do.By Pixelgeek

Windows XP SanddunesSynfig version of the "Wind" WinXP wallpaper.By Pixelgeek | Video

Synfig catSynfig catBy Rore | Video

Synfig TuxTux, with a Synfig logo. (With acknowledgment to Larry Ewing and the Gimp.)By Pixelgeek | Source

A Jedi's PencilExample of visual effects and rotoscoping done in the synfig.By AhkIL | Video | Source

Cut The Circle

The first short open movie created with Synfig Studio. First Prize in the SELF Project Video Contest. An animation about education, sharing and copyright.By Yaco | Source | Video | Info

Mr. Tip Toe Adventures Animation based on a child drawings of an invented character of Mr. Men series.By Genete | Source | Video

Animated Synfig logoAn animated version of rore's splash screen.By Genete | Source

Victory Day 2008Social advertisement about 9 may 1945. Combining video, photo, 3d and 2d. Final compositing done in synfig.By AhkIL | Video

Traffic PoliceSocial advertisement done for Russian State Inspection for Road Traffic Safety. Backgrounds painted in "mypaint". By AhkIL | Video

Synfig Demo ReelA showcase of the capabilities of Synfig to generate interest in Synfig amongst artists and coders.By Pixelgeek and others|More Info|Video

InsectA bugBy Satrip | Source

Work in progress

This section lists notable community projects in progress using Synfig. For more Synfig works in progress, please visit the WIP forum.

Morevna ProjectA full-length animated movie based on the Russian fairy-tale "Marya Morevna".By Zelgadis and others | More info | Preview

Voria

ALL of the videos and images in this section were created using Synfig, and are all 2D. No 3D software was used in the production of these videos and images. They were all produced by artists from Voria Studios when synfig was a proprietary product. More can be found in darco's art album.

For videos and stills produced since synfig became free software, see the community section.

Videos

Werewolf

Download (around 45 seconds, 1.6 megabytes) November 2004

A werewolf transforms into his beastly state as the red moon rises.

Created by Will Short, Robert Quattlebaum and Darrin Michelson

Source code is available, for educational use only, do not distribute or distribute modified renders.

Big Eye

Download (around 15 seconds, 2.5 megabytes) October 2004

A close-up of a large, lazy eye. Notice how the reflection actually distorts as the lense moves under it.

Created by Rabecha Lenhart and Robert Quattlebaum

Source code is available under the same License as synfig (GNU GPL 2).

Prologue

Download (around 3 minutes, 20 megabytes) July 2004

This short follows two children fleeing from soldiers through an old sewer. In an attempt to protect his friend, one of the children tries to draw one of the soldiers away. However, plans don't always work out as one would hope. This was the first animated production created using Synfig, and as such has become our “proof of concept” animation for it.

Created by: Voria Studios

Source code is available, for educational use only, do not distribute or distribute modified renders.

Happy Fun-Joy Time Start!

Download (around 22 seconds, 2.9 megabytes) December 2004

A very bizzare, super-happy, and oddly captivating animation featuring large purple bears, dancing children, smiling celestial bodies, rainbows, leaping sheep, and dancing flowers.

Created by Rabecha Lenhart

Stills

Several of these have source code in the synfig source code repository, all licensed under the GNU GPL 2.

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Download - Synfig Animation Studio

OutDated page since 2011 - For fresh meat (or beans) take a look to http://www.synfig.org/cms/en/download/

Current Release

GNU/Linux
Synfig 0.61.09 (RPM) Synfig 0.61.09 (DEB) Synfig 0.61.09 (TAR.BZ2)
Suits most recent RPM-based Linux distributions (RedHat, Fedora, Mandriva). Suits most recent Debian-based Linux distributions (Debian, Ubuntu). Suits most recent Linux distributions, no requiments for package management system, highly portable, but no desktop integration.
NOTE: If your GNU/Linux distribution already have a recent Synfig Studio package in repositories then it's preferred to use them, as the distribution maintainers take care of all the dependencies and bug fix updates. Packages above provide the quick and easy way to install and run latest Synfig Studio on most GNU/Linux systems. But because of their unified nature they have many dependent libraries included and we're unable to keep track of their bugfix updates. So installing them could be a security risk. If you have encounter any problems with those packages, report them here.
Windows
Synfig 0.61.09 (EXE)
Suitable for Windows XP/Vista (both 32bit and 64bit). All four packages are required, see the install walkthrough video.
NOTE: There are security issues with the dv, imagemagick and ffmpeg targets, please avoid using them to import or render untrusted files. Rendering issues may be encountered on Hyperthreaded or multi-core CPUs. Please see the FAQ for workaround details.
MacOS X
Synfig 0.61.09 (Native) Synfig 0.61.09 (Homebrew)

Taken offline.

Please see bug 1686495. Patches and volunteers to create new packages are welcome. Until someone volunteers, you can build it yourself or install via homebrew. Installing synfigstudio will install all dependencies.
GNU/Linux
Synfig 0.61.09 20090922 (RPM) Synfig 0.61.09 20090922 (DEB) Synfig 0.61.09 20090922 (TAR.BZ2)
Suits most recent RPM-based Linux distributions (RedHat, Fedora, Mandriva). Suits most recent Debian-based Linux distributions (Debian, Ubuntu). Suits most recent Linux distributions,no requiments for package management system, highly portable, but no desktop integration.
NOTE: If your GNU/Linux distribution already have a recent Synfig Studio package in repositories then it's preferred to use them, as the distribution maintainers take care of all the dependencies and bug fix updates. Packages above provide the quick and easy way to install and run latest Synfig Studio on most GNU/Linux systems. But because of their unified nature they have many dependent libraries included and we're unable to keep track of their bugfix updates. So installing them could be a security risk. If you have encounter any problems with those packages, report them here.
Windows
Synfig 0.61.09 SVN2375 (EXE)
Suitable for Windows XP/Vista (both 32bit and 64bit). All four packages are required, see the install walkthrough video.
NOTE: There are security issues with the dv, imagemagick and ffmpeg targets, please avoid using them to import or render untrusted files. Rendering issues may be encountered on Hyperthreaded or multi-core CPUs. Please see the FAQ for workaround details.

A special thanks to Bridgetone for hosting our videos and early downloads!

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Layers - Synfig Animation Studio

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Urmatoarele tipuri de straturi sunt valabile in Synfig:

Blurs - Neclaritate

Blur

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Size Size of Blur
Type Type of blur to use

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Motion Blur

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Aperture Shutter Time

Radial Blur

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Origin Point where you want the origin to be
Size Size of blur
Fade Out

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Distortions

Inside Out

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Origin Defines the where the center will be

Noise Distort

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Displacement How much the distortion is displaced form its original position.
Size How much separated are two consecutive distortions .
Random Seed Defines the random generator number seed.
Interpolation What type of interpolation to use
Detail Lower/higher values produces less/more detailed distortions.
Animation Speed In times per second, defines the frequency of change of the distortion.
Turbulent When checked it produces turbulent distortions.

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Spherize

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Position The center (or axis) of the distortion.
Radius Defines the radious of the distortion (spherize) or a half of the bar (vertical or horizontal bar)
Amount Defines how much convex (positive) or concave (negative) the distortion is
Clip When checked it only distorts inside the Radious area.
Distort Type The direction of the distortion (spherize, horizontal bar, vertical bar).

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Stretch

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Amount Its distance to Center defines how much the image is stretched or is shrunk
Center The position from where the distortion is made.

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Twirl

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Center The position of the twirl distortion.
Radius This is the radius of the circle of the twirl distortion
Rotations Defines how many rotations (in DEG) the twirl produces.
Distort Inside Defines if the distortion is produced inside the radious area.
Distort Outside Defines if the distortion is produced outside the radious area.

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Warp

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Source TL Top Left point of the source to warp.
Source BR Bottom Right point of the source to warp.
Dest TL Top Left point of the destination where to warp.
Dest TR Top Right point of the destination where to warp.
Dest BR Bottom Right point of the destination where to warp.
Dest BL Bottom Left point of the destination where to warp.
Clip When checked it only renders what is inside the source rectangle.
Horizon A number to define when to stop rendering when do a perspective warp. High values produces far horizons.

Example: ( youtube corresponding sif file )

Filters

Clamp

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Invert Negative
Clamp Ceiling
Ceiling
Floor

Color Correct

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Hue Adjust
Brightness
Contrast
Exposure Adjust
Gamma Adjustment

Halftone 2

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Mask Offset
Mask Angle
Mask Size
Light Color
Dark Color
Type

Halftone 3

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Mask Size
Type
Subtractive Flag
<Channel Name>Color
<Channel Name>Mask Offset
<Channel Name>Mask Angle

Luma Key

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Color of checkers
Offset
Size Size of checkers

Fractals

Julia Set

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Inside Color Color of the Set
Outside Color Color outside the Set
Color Shift
Iterations
Seed Point
Bailout ValueBase
Distort Inside
Shade Inside
Solid Inside
Invert Inside
Color Inside
Distort Outside
Shade Outside
Solid Outside
Invert Outside
Color Outside
Color Cycle
Smooth Outside Smooth the coloration outside the set
Break Set Modify equation to achieve interesting results

Mandelbrot Set

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Iterations
Bailout ValueBase
Break Set Modify equation to achieve interesting results
Distort Inside
Shade Inside
Solid Inside
Invert Inside
Gradient Inside
Offset Inside
Loop Inside
Distort Outside
Shade Outside
Solid Outside
Invert Outside
Gradient outside
Smooth Outside Smooth the coloration outside the set
Offset Outside
Scale Outside

Geometry

Common Parameters

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Z Depth Relative displacement of the depth of the layer inside the canvas
Amount Overall alpha amount of the layer.
Blend Method Type of blend method.

Checkerboard

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Color of checkers.
Offset Displacement of the checkboard origin.
Size Size of checkers.

Circle

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Circle's color.
Radius Circle's radious.
Feather Circle feather amount.
Center Circle's center.
Invert Invert the circle
Falloff Determines the falloff function for the feather

Outline

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Outline's color.
Offset Displacement of the Outline from the (0,0).
Invert When checked it inverts alpha results of the layer.
Antialiasing When checked it produces antialiased renders for the layer.
Feather Outline feather amount.
Type of Feather Defines the type of feather.
Winding Style. Defines overlapping behavior.
Vertices A list of BLine Points
Outline Width Default widths of the points.
Expand Defines a value to add to the Outline width.
Sharp Cusps When chekced it produces sharp corners.
Rounded Begin Round off the begin tip
Rounded End Round off the end tip
Loopyness
Homogeneous

Polygon

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Vector List A list of Vector points.

Rectangle

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Rectangle's color.
Point 1 Position of the first point of the diagonal
Point 2 Position of the second point of the diagonal.
Expand amount Amount of expansion around the rectangle's edge.
Invert the rectangle If checked on inverts the alpha value of the layer.

Region

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Region's color.
Offset Displacement of the Region from the (0,0).
Invert When checked it inverts alpha results of the layer.
Antialiasing When checked it produces antialiased renders for the layer.
Feather Outline feather amount.
Type of Feather Defines the type of feather.
Winding Style. Defines overlapping behavior.
Vertices A list of BLine Points

Solid Color

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color

Star

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Outer Radius The radius of the outer points in the star
Inner Radius The radius of the inner points in the star
Angle The orientation of the star
Points The number of points in the star

Gradients

Conical Gradient

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Gradient The gradient that's going to be mapped to the cone.
Center The center of the cone.
Angle The angle where the beginning and the end of the gradient join.
Symmetric Cheked on produces a symmetrical gradient.

Curve Gradient

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Offset Relative displacement of the gradient respect to the BLine.
Width Default width of the gradient.
Vertices A list of BLine Points
Gradient The gradient parameter
Loop If chekced on produces a looped gradient.
ZigZag When checked on it produces a double gradient.
Perpendicular If chekced on it produces a perpendicular gradient to BLine instead of parallel.
Fast When cheked on it produces a faster render but less accurate gradient.

Linear Gradient

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Point 1 First point of he gradient.
Point 2 Second point of the gradient.
Gradient The gradient parameter
Loop If chekced on produces a looped gradient.
ZigZag When checked on it produces a double gradient.

Noise Gradient

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Gradient The gradient parameter.
Random Seed Defines the random generator number seed.
Size How much separated are two consecutive distortions
Interpolation What type of interpolation to use
Detail Lower/higher values produces less/more detailed distortions.
Animation Speed In times per second, defines the frequency of change of the distortion.
Turbulent When checked on it produces turbulent distortions.
Do Alpha
Super Sampling When chekced on produces more accurate results but slower renders.

Radial Gradient

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Gradient The gradient parameter
Center The center of the radial gradient.
Radius This is the radius of the circle.
Loop When cheked on it produces a looped gradient.
Zig-Zag When checked on it produces a double gradient.

Spiral Gradient

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Gradient The gradient parameter
Center The center of the spiral gradient.
Radius This is the radius of the circle
Angle The amount of rotations of the spiral.
Clockwise When cheked on/off produces clockwise/counter-clockwise spiral gradient.

Other

Duplicate

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Index Copy Index

Import Image

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Filename File to import
Time Offset Time offset used for image sequence import.

Paste Canvas

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Origin Point where you want the origin to be.
Canvas Canvas to paste
Zoom Amplification of the canvas (around the origin?)
Time Offset Time to rewind (negative) or fast forward (positive) the animation of the canvas
Children Lock When checked on you cannot select a child layer by clicking on it.

Plant

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Vertices A list of BLine Points
Gradient Gradient to be used for coloring the plant
Split Angle Angle by which each split deviates from its parent
Gravity Direction in which the shoots tend to face
Tangential Velocity Amount to which shoots tend to grow along the tangent to the BLine
Perpendicular Velocity Amount to which shoots tend to grow perpendicular to the tangent to the BLine
Stem Size Size of the stem
SizeAsAlpha If enabled, the alpha channel from the gradient is multiplied by the stem size, and an alpha of 1.0 is used when rendering
Step Measure of the distance between points when rendering
Seed Used to seed the pseudo-random number generator
Splits Maximum number of times that each sprout can sprout recursively
Sprouts Number of places that growth occurs on each bline section
Random Factor Used to scale down all random effects. Set to zero to disable randomness
Drag Drag slows the growth

Super Sample

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Width Width of sample area (In pixels)
Height Height of sample area (In pixels)
Use Parametric Use the Parametric Renderer
Be Alpha Safe

Text

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Text Text to Render
Color Color of the text
Font Family You could use values "Sans", "Times" or "Courier" for system fonts here. If you have ttf font file in the same dir as your sif/sifz file, then you may specify it's name (without extension). If ttf font file is located in another directory, then you may specify absolute or relative path to it.
Style
Weight
Horizontal Spacing Describes how close glyphs are horizontally
Vertical Spacing Describes how close lines of text are vertically
Size Size of the text
Orientation Text Orientation. Set to 0.0 for left aligned, 0.5 for centered and/or 1.0 for right aligned.
Position Text Position
Kerning Enables/Disables font kerning (If the font supports it)
Sharpen Edges Turn this off if you are going to be animating the text
Invert

Fonts that appear to work under Linux - Courier, Times, Serif, Verdana, Sans Serif.Fonts that appear to work under Windows - Arial, Times New Roman/Serif, Verdana/Sans Serif. Courier produces an interesting, but non-legible effect.Sans Serif appears to be the default if Synfig doesn't recognize the font.

Time Loop

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Link Time Time where the loop starts.
Local Time Used to line up the Offset time of the time loop.
Duration Amount of time of the time loop.
Only For Positive Duration Disable the Time Loop layer if Duration is <= 0.
Symmetrical Provides compatibility for the previous Time Loop layer version.

XOR Pattern

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Offset
Size

Stylize

Bevel

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Type Type of blur to use
Hi-Color High color (where the light comes from)
Lo-Color Low color (where the light goes to)
Light Angle Angle of the light of the Bevel.
Depth of Bevel Bigger values produce bigger Bevel detph.
Softness Blur amount of the Bevel.
Use Luma
Solid

Shade

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Color of the shade
Offset Relative displacement of the shade respecto the shaded layer(s)
Size Size of blur of the shade
Type Type of blur to use
Invert When checked on inverts the alpha result of the shade.

Transform

Rotate

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Origin Point where you want the origin to be
Amount Amount of rotation in degrees.

Translate

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Origin Point where you want the origin to be

Zoom

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Amount Amount to zoom in
Center Point to zoom in to

Not Available

These layers are examples to aid developers in creating more layer types, but aren't included in binary releases of Synfig.

Shape

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color Layer_Shape Color
Offset
Invert
Antialiasing
Feather
Type of Feather Type of feathering to use
Winding Style Winding style to use

Metaballs

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color
Points
Radii
Weights
Threshold

Simple Circle

Parameters:

Parameter Description
Color
Center
Radius This is the radius of the circle

Filled Rectangle

Parametri:

Parameter Description
Color
Point 1
Point 2
Feather X
Feather Y
Bevel
Keep Bevel Circular

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Plugins - Synfig Animation Studio

The Plugins feature allows to run custom python scripts directly from Synfig Studio menu. Each script takes .sif file as first argument and should modify its contents in some way. After script execution finished, the file is automatically reopened back in Synfig Studio.

With the current script feature, has it work with the file itself you can't retrieve the current Time Cursor position when the script is invoked. But you can know the value of a Parameter or ValueNode at a certain time (the ones fixed by Waypoints), because the Animated Value Nodes are stored (other problem is to know the interpolated value, which is not trivial for other thing rather than Linear or Constant interpolation)

All plugins are located in the "Plug-Ins" submenu of the canvas.

People often write some scripts to make useful things on Synfig (sif) files. The most of these scripts are written in python. But for ordinary users running custom scripts from terminal is tricky. With plugins feature user can install scripts as easy as they copy files and transparently run them in the same way as they use standard Synfig Studio commands. Also, runing scripts from menu is much faster than from terminal and it greatly improves the workflow for advanced users. Having this feature allows to easily add simple functions to Synfig Studio by writting scripts in python.

Plugin is a directory, containing the python script (*.py file), plugin.xml and maybe some other files if they are required by python script.

To install the plugin user should copy its directory into the following location:

The system-wide location for the plugins is USER_DIRECTORY/SYNFIG_CONFIGURATION_DIR/plugins

Where to find plugins

Each plugin located in a separate subdirectory with unique name. The part of the name before first "-" symbol is used to set the group plugin belongs to (not implemented yet). The main information about plugin (plugins name and script to execute) is stored in the plugin.xml file. It's self-explanatory :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <plugin> <name>Unhide All Layers</name> <name xml:lang="es">Activa todas las capas</name> <name xml:lang="eu">Erakutsi geruza guztiak</name> <name xml:lang="eu_ES">Erakutsi geruza guztiak</name> <name xml:lang="fr">Afficher Tous les Calques</name> <name xml:lang="lt">Parodyti visus sluoksnius</name> <name xml:lang="ru">Показать все скрытые слои</name> <exec>view-unhide-all-layers.py</exec> </plugin>

view-unhide-all-layers.py :

#!/usr/bin/env python # # Copyright (c) 2012 by Konstantin Dmitriev <k....z...gmail.com> # # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. import os import sys def process(filename): # Read the input file inputfile_f = open(filename, 'r') inputfile_contents = inputfile_f.readlines() inputfile_f.close() # Now write results to the same file inputfile_f = open(filename, 'w') for line in inputfile_contents: if "<layer " in line: inputfile_f.write(line.replace(' active="false" ',' active="true" ')) else: inputfile_f.write(line) inputfile_f.close() if len(sys.argv) < 2: sys.exit() else: process(sys.argv[1])

All scripts are interpreted with python 3.

In Linux and Mac OSX case Synfig Studio looks for "python" or "python3" binary. For windows case Python binary is expected at INSTALL_PREFIX/python/python.exe. New environment variable SYNFIG_PYTHON_BINARY allows to set custom path to the python 3 binary.

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Interface - Synfig Animation Studio

Synfig Studio start in one window, and dock a number of individual panels into that window. The default layout of user interface is divided in three parts : the toolbox, the canvas and the other panels.

SynfigStudio - User Interface

This page tries to give you a short introduction to the different elements you will find after opening synfig.

The Toolbox window

The Toolbox Panel is a major piece of Synfig : even if you have several open projects, there will only be one Toolbox.

The toolbox is separated into two areas:

The Canvas window

Once you have opened a file or created a new project you'll see the Canvas Window. This is where you'll create your animation!

In addition of set of menus at the top of the screen, or the top of the drawing window, Synfig has a caret: the little black triangle in the upper left corner of the canvas. Beneath are all the menus you would expect and that allow you to access most of Synfig's features.

The area with the grey check-board pattern is your working area in which you can create elements/layers and manipulate them.

The timeline that you can see in the picture here only appears when you have defined a non-zero duration in the properties of your project. To the left you can see the number of the current frame and on the right side buttons to lock/unlock the keyframes and to switch the animation status. The Animation Basics Tutorial gives a good introduction on how to work with this buttons.

In the picture above there are three elements on the canvas, the black curve - called Spline - is selected. The little orange and brown dots along the spline control the curve and are called handles. Also you can see the Group Transformation Widget of the selected Group Layer.

With the menu entry "<Display> → Show Menu Bar" you can hide the menu bar. To show again the menu bar use the same entry from the Canvas Menu Caret.

The other panels

The Navigator, Tool Options and Layers Panel

Navigator and Layers Panel

To the right side, three areas, each of which can show different panels: in this picture the Navigator Panel, the Tool Options Panel and the Layers Panel are active.

You can access detailed descriptions of the other panels here.

The Parameter and Time Track Panel

Parameters and Time Track panels

Finally, at the bottom you can see the Parameters Panel, where you can find detailed parameters and settings for the active element like colour, width, opacity, location and so on. To the right is the Time Track Panel that allows you to create and modify Waypoints.

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