Meet Enve: An Open Source 2D Animation Software

Enve is a cross-platform application that allows you to create vector animations and raster animations. You can even use audio and video files for creating your animation.

Enve is open-source software using GPL 3 license. It is available for Linux macOS and Windows.

There are several graphics tools available for Linux. From vector images to 3D animation we have it all. Enve provides 2D animation capability. Let me run through some of the main features of this open source software.

Want to see it in action This official video shows how Enve works. The video demonstrates by creating the intro of Enve in Enve itself. Can it be called 8220Enveption8221 sorry for the lame joke.

There are several videos on the official YouTube channel of Enve. You may follow them to learn to create 2D animation with Enve.

Enve is recursive acronym and it means Enve is Not a Video Editor.


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