I have ToonBoom Studio Pro (which I paid over $1000 for) and Clip Studio Paint ($80 or so)-but Krita has the best and most intuitive animation timeline of them all. I’m so thankful for the animation feature in Krita because it allows a lot of people who may not be able to easily afford enterprise software to engage in this wonderful hobby.
That said I have run into problems here and there. For some reason when I change the output resolution of a gif or video it seems to be inconsistent whether it actually compresses the resolution or not.
(this didn’t; it’s my default canvas resolution of 3000+ px)
I’d thought that perhaps there was a hidden or otherwise unprompted “limit” to the amount the output’s resolution can be constrained (and perhaps that still is the case and part of the problem) but when I’d tried to export the second image at the same resolution as the first it still didn’t work.
Any clue what I might be doing wrong? (I’m using the Krita 4.3 beta just for the record)