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Anime Studio Pro 7 [OLD VERSION]
by Smith Micro Software Inc.

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I bought it for my computer which has Windows Vista, and it does not work.
By Carole Buzzoni on September 14, 2014
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No you don't need one, but it would not hurt to have one. It has a lot of b tools to help you with your drawings. I would suggest getting the newest program you can afford. Each upgrade has better tools then the last.
By Jimlee on September 11, 2014
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That all depends on your commitment. It takes time to set up a character, then to make them look good while moving. You could have something in as little as a week or could take you months depending on the quality of the work
By R. Downes on December 16, 2013
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Well how serious are you about Animation. If you want to produce an ongoing series than Anime Studio Pro is the way to go.
If it's just a hobby and you want to make short animation to pass the time and you have no animation experience I suggest Anime Studio Debut. I don't think it would be wise to pay for the Professio… see more
Well how serious are you about Animation. If you want to produce an ongoing series than Anime Studio Pro is the way to go.
If it's just a hobby and you want to make short animation to pass the time and you have no animation experience I suggest Anime Studio Debut. I don't think it would be wise to pay for the Professional version if you are very unfamiliar with Anime Studio or Animation production in general.
The Professional version has a lot of features but I think Debut is a good start before you make the plunge.
Anime Studio Pro 7 has the physics engine, particle system and follow path tools and 3D capabilities too and a host of other features Debut doesn't have.
Debut has the basics and good to get your feet wet with. see less

By Harmonybee on December 22, 2010
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