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 ===== Basic Workflow ===== ===== Basic Workflow =====
  
-Single frames or image sequences are assembled in the [[private:​framed2017:​framed_editor|frameD Editor]] to a sequence that can be loaded into LightWave 3D by the animation loader((Please note, the editor does not use the cache. However, when loading an image for the first time, a thumbnail will be created and saved to disk. On subsequent loads, only the thumbnail will be loaded.)).+Single frames or image sequences are assembled in the [[framed2018:​framed_editor|frameD Editor]] to a sequence that can be loaded into LightWave 3D by the animation loader((Please note, the editor does not use the cache. However, when loading an image for the first time, a thumbnail will be created and saved to disk. On subsequent loads, only the thumbnail will be loaded.)).
  
-One loaded by the animation loader in LightWave 3D, the images of the sequence will be cached and the timing can be manipulated using various looping options as well as a re-timing curve in the [[private:​framed2017:​master_plugin]]. Images shared by multiple sequences will only be loaded once.+One loaded by the animation loader in LightWave 3D, the images of the sequence will be cached and the timing can be manipulated using various looping options as well as a re-timing curve in the [[framed2018:​master_plugin]]. Images shared by multiple sequences will only be loaded once.
 ===== Features ===== ===== Features =====
  
framed2018/introduction.txt · Last modified: 2017/12/27 10:40 by lightwolf