Release Note 1.6

What’s New Callipeg 1.6 Features Transformation Layer Markers HEVC Added a new type of layer: Transformation layer. Added markers. You can add marker by double tapping on the timeline’s ruler. Added HEVC export (transparent videos) Added a raw not antialiased brush. Added a lock in onion skin options that allows to move sliders relative from […]

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Learn Callipeg Video Tutorials Written Documentation Introduction Studio Interface Gestures Brushes Shapes Selection & Transformation Colors Layers Timeline Video Layer Transformation Layer Import & Export Save & Backup Introduction Studio Interface Gestures Brushes Shapes SELECTION & TRANSFORMATION​ COLORS​ LAYERS​ Timeline Video Layer Transformation Layer Import & Export Save & Backup

Learn Video Tutorials

Learn Callipeg Video Tutorials Written Documentation CALLIPEG 1.6 Transformation Layer CALLIPEG 1.6 Transformation Layer Learn how to use keyframe animation with the Transformation layer. This new feature allows you to use keyframes and curves to quickly create movements. CALLIPEG 1.5 SHOT PRESETS, SHAPES, BREAKDOWNS AND MORE.. CALLIPEG 1.5 SHOT PRESETS, SHAPES, BREAKDOWNS AND MORE.. Load […]

Learn the Transformation Layer

The transformation layer allows you to keyframe a transformation of a drawing, an animation or a video. That way, you can move drawings or animations very quickly with a system of keyframes and curves.

Learn the Video Layer

The video layer allows you to import videos from your Photo Album or from your Files. You can also shoot a video directly from the Studio and start a new shot from there.

Shapes

Shape tools are located in the brush panels, above the brush list, and work in relation with the brush you are using.

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Getting Started with Callipeg

Learn to Save & Backup

Callipeg automatically saves the shot you are working on every 30 seconds. The shot is also saved when you go back to the Studio. If you want to make sure your shot is saved, go back to the Studio before closing the app.

Learn the Timeline

The Timeline is located at the bottom of the interface. It can contain numerous layers and be stretched up through the height of the interface.