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Glad to hear! There's no way to resize an animation but you can set a custom size when making a new animation by clicking New then the computer icon, and set the resolution you want. You can also convert a doodle animation to a sprite sheet, manually resize the PNG and then convert it back to a doodle animation.
does it work for you with 2019.1? I don’t know why you’d get an error like that for built in unity features but it’s possible since unity keeps releasing new versions all the time that break features across the board, so we can’t guarantee it’ll always work with the absolute latest unity release.
just wanna confirm that you tried deleting the old doodle studio folder and downloading the latest package. the double assets path is definitely the problem and something that was directly fixed in the latest update, let me know!
I tried your script on Unity 2018 and couldn't reproduce your error. Can you let me know what platform and unity version you're running on? And if you happen to have a simple project that produces your error I can look at, even better. Thanks!!
There's no way to set import settings on doodle studio animations, couldn't find a way to extend the compression features from unity into the files. Yeah this is a known limitation and might make it so longer/larger animations require too much memory for mobile targets.
You can convert doodle animations into sprite sheets by Right Click on file > Doodle Studio 95 > Convert To Sprite Sheet (works for multiple files)
The resulting sprite sheet is a regular texture file that'll have full use of unity's compression and texture settings.
Right now there's no automated way of having a Doodle Animator use a sprite sheet instead of a doodle animation file, hopefully I can make that work.
You could have a simple script that replaces the sprites in the renderer from the ones in the sprite sheet, see https://pastebin.com/pRtPQVL3
But yeah, there're also ways to automate any replacing so hit me up before you do any boring work.
I'm unable to reproduce your errors. Doodle Studio works for me on Unity 2018.2.3 when you import it in a clean project. This could be caused by other libraries you have installed in your project.
Try making a new project and importing the doodle studio package. If you get errors, let me know what those errors are, the specs of your computer and your OS version.
If there's no errors, go back to your project and try deleting the doodle studio folder and importing it again.
If there's errors in your existing project but not in a empty one, the culprit is somewhere in your project and out of my reach.
Hi, can you let me know what the errors say when you import the package? Does doodle studio work after the errors or does it not?
The 2017 package should work for 2018 too as far as I know.
FWIW Unity will keep pushing new versions forever but us toolmakers aren't getting paid to fix all the errors they introduce :) I'll do my best to keep it running on new versions but please don't expect doodle studio to work on every future unity version :)))
it’s either some obscure unity input bug or I know the windows ink thing brings a lot of trouble. There’s a setting in the Wacom configuration panel to disable windows ink, i’d try that. If that and updating the Wacom drivers doesn’t solve it I’d have a hard time finding a fix for it on my end since unity doesn’t really offer any drawing tablet support I can hook on to..
Sorry for the confusion!
We switched to free non commercial / paid commercial licensing on September 15th 2018. If you purchased it before you're entitled to use the tool for commercial purposes.
I wasn't able to reproduce your problem, when I make copies of the same object with Random first frame on and hit play I get different starting frames. Do you have an example scene I can look at? Do you get this consistently across sprites?
I thought about this a lot and I would LOVE a template for making *animated* fonts where you draw one animation per glyph with a simple UI. It'd be a bit involved so no plans for now.
For now you could draw one character per frame (the image would have to be a bit low resolution to fit them all in one file, or you can break it up in several animations). For rendering the text hmmm ideally you'd make a shader that takes the right rect of the final texture (you can save the animation as a sprite sheet) depending on the glyph, or somehow pipe into the existing text rendering pipeline and convert the sprite sheet into a texture with each glyph in the same place in the texture where unity expects them to be.
Send some updates on your progress!
I looked into this and I'm confused by your problem,
The shadowed sprite shader is affected by lighting and ambient light, so switching color space will affect the final rendered color (this also happens with regular geometry using the standard unity material). The shadowed shader is basically just the old default Lambert-shaded standard shader, with a shadow pass.
Linear space isn't reinterpreting the canvas colour. What you're seeing as darker colours is just the lighting from your scene affecting the sprite, however you have it set up. The colors look different when you switch color space because the colors and intensities of the lights in your scene remain the same and should be adjusted so the scene looks the way you want it to in the color space you'll use.
If you don't want the colors of the sprites you drew to be affected at all, you can use an unlit shadow-casting shader (not included in doodle studio but lmk if you need one).
Worth noting is, the UI of doodle studio seems to change in linear vs gamma space (which seems to be a unity bug), but the colors in the texture you're drawing remain the same. So you shouldn't need to switch spaces to draw. You should be able to stick to one color space.
Color spaces are confusing! Let me know if this clear things up