Re: Compilation error

I got an error while I was compiling Tupi on slackware64 (gcc version 4.7.1). I'm stuck around this file -> tffmpegmoviegenerator.cpp
I already updated the deprecated methods but now I got another compilation error, so I would appreciate your help:

tffmpegmoviegenerator.cpp:505:32: error: too few arguments to function 'int avformat_write_header(AVFormatContext*, AVDictionary**)
In file included from tffmpegmoviegenerator.cpp:48:0:
/usr/include/libavformat/avformat.h:1645:5: note: declared here
make[4]: *** [.obj/tffmpegmoviegenerator.o] Error 1

LGM 2013: Tupi's travel founding

Once again I'm trying to attend the most important event of Free Software focused on Graphics/Visual Arts applications around the world. Although my first intent was unsuccessful, I won't give up on this new opportunity to spread the word about our project, so I want to invite the whole Tupi's users community to support my campaign at:

Thank you very much to every donator! :)

Tupi 0.2 revision git01

The experimental branch of the Tupi source code is always changing, evolving... sometimes it means small fixes, sometimes it means new features but the hard work never stops. Now, the time for the first release of our latest major version (0.2) has come.
I have to say that although this is a minor release, it includes 2 significant improvements:

Error after upgrade. Tupi will not open.

After performing the update package for the package 0.1 to 0.2 Tupi do not want to open.

When checking the command line the following message appears:

~ $ Tupi

/ usr / bin / tupi.bin: symbol lookup error: / usr/lib/ undefined symbol: _ZNK10QTabWidget14heightForWidthEi

Have reinstalled the package, but without solution.

Ubuntu 11.10

Tupi 0.2 is out!

After several months and a good number of bugs fixed, the revision 0.2 of Tupi is out! The most interesting changes are related to the "Full Screen" mode but I would like to invite you to discover the new features by yourself. Enjoy Tupi! :)

Tupi Crowd-funding Initiative

About Tupi

Tupi is a free software/open source tool focused on the creation of vector animation in two dimensions (2D).

The main goal of this project is to provide an easy-to-use application for people of all ages interested in 2D animation design, using different techniques (cuts, stop motion, etc) from a friendly environment.

The final result of the projects can be exported either into video files (OGV, AVI, MPEG, MOV, etc) or image arrays, depending on the user's interest.

Storyboard feature on the way!

As result of the interaction with several digital artists around the world, this week I was working on a new feature: the Storyboard interface.
With this new option, every scene of a Tupi project can be exported as a HTML file following the format of a Storyboard.
Now, I want to share with you the first screenshot of this feature:

Time to keep coding! :P

Tupi + Theora = OGV Support

After two weeks of intensive research, finally I finished a functional version of a video export plugin using the Theora library.
Ok, but what does it mean? Well, that now users can choose between two different resources to export their animation projects into videos: the FFmpeg plugin and the Theora plugin.

Tupi now running on OS X using Macports!

Once again, my friend Cristian Cepeda makes a great contribution to this project: now Tupi can be compiled on Mac OSX using Macports! which means that the process is more consistent with the Mac architecture, so, our way to the .dmg installer is getting short. Thanks Cristian! :D

LGM 2012: Getting closer! :D

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