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maurycyliebner 831c4b5cb8 Add node adding tip. 2 days ago
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.travis.yml Do not setup clang as the default compiler in Travis. 11 months ago Clang-7 installation broken on Travis Xenial, try using the preinstalled 11 months ago Make enve AppImage look native on Gtk. 1 year ago Change GitHub CI release description. Fix. 2 years ago Do not build skia modules. 2 years ago qmake: run git 2 years ago Change GitHub CI release description. Fix. 2 years ago Changes to the description and the documentation. 2 years ago update end year in Authors: 2020 -> 2021 6 months ago
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Enve is a new open-source 2D animation software for Linux and Windows. You can use enve to create vector animations, raster animations, and even use sound and video files. Enve was created with flexibility and expandability in mind.

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You can download the latest enve release for Linux and Windows.

Source and building instructions

See Source and Building for in-detail instructions for getting the source, and building for Linux, Windows, and macOS.


Maurycy Liebner - 2016 - 2021 - MaurycyLiebner


This project is licensed under the GPL3 License - see the file for details