The Procreate Dreams animation app for Apple iPad will be released on November 22nd this year

Procreate Dreams, a brand new animation app for the Apple iPad, is scheduled to launch in the Apple App Store on November 22nd this year. Procreate Dreams was developed by the same company that developed Procreate, a very popular paid image editing app for the iPad. It promises more flexibility and ease of use when creating 2D animations and videos, for both beginners and professional artists. Procreate Dreams releases on November 22 and is available worldwide for $19.99 (approximately Rs. 1,670) as a one-time purchase.

Procreate Dreams gives users the ability to animate through touch and instantly respond to the movie during playback without the need to set up keyframes and paths. New tools like Performing use gestures to automatically add keyframes while recording the animator’s actions in real time. The app’s painting and compositing engine is designed to “take an artist’s work to the next level” by offering hundreds of Procreate brushes in a new painting engine, on even larger canvases and with more layers to play with.

Procreate Dreams’ timeline allows for mixing drawing, cel animation, keyframing, video editing and compositing. The timeline playhead allows you to move around the timeline, add actions precisely, and scroll back to play the movie instantly. With Apple Pencil, you can quickly select content, tracks, or keyframes and then edit them all at once. The app also features Metal-based GPU acceleration for smoother performance.

Other features include Flipbook, a nifty homage to traditional animation that’s said to come in handy for creating short GIF loops, complex character animations, and more. Meanwhile, live motion and filters ensure a non-destructive workflow; After keyframes are added, they remain fully editable. Procreate Dreams is said to be able to run effortlessly with hundreds of tracks, millions of pixels, and more layers.

Last but not least, there’s a new Procreate file format that allows even a 1TB file to be opened in a snap, with no load, save or export times required. There’s even support for iCloud syncing, file management, and backups. The eternal undo history is now saved to the file, which should allow creators to experiment and play without risking losing their work.

Chrissy Callahan

Chrissy Callahan is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Chrissy Callahan joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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