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Tupi's Installation Manual

Introduction

The official repository to download Tupi's installers is http://maefloresta.com/portal/downloads.php. Currently, there are installers available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

For Windows users

  • 1. Visit our Downloads page, fill the form and click the button “Download Tupi for Free”.
  • 2. Save the installer called tupi_XXX_windows.exe in your computer.
  • 3. Double click on the installer and click on the Run button from the wizard dialog.

  • 4. Click on the Install button from the wizard dialog.

When the installation process starts, you will see a progress bar like this:

  • 5. Click on the Finish button from the wizard dialog.

  • 6. Look for Tupi launcher at All ProgramsTupi 2D MagicTupi and start creating your first 2D animation project! :)


For Mac OSX users

  • 1. Visit our Downloads page, fill the form and click the button “Download Tupi for Free”.
  • 2. Save the installer called tupi-XXX.dmg in your computer.
  • 3. Double click on the installer. A window with Tupi's icon will show up.

  • 4. Open a Finder window and pick the Applications item. Drag the Tupi icon inside the Finder window.

That's it. From now, you could find Tupi in your Applications folder and start creating your first 2D animation project! :)


For Ubuntu Linux users

Note: Currently, there are no official Ubuntu installers of Tupi's latest version. MaeFloresta provides a bundle installer easy to use but it is not a .deb package. If you use a Linux distro that is not Debian based, we recommend you to compile Tupi from the source code using one of our manuals.

  • 1. Click on the Linux installer link.
  • 2. If your system is 32bit, download the file called tupiXXX_ubuntu_x86.sh (pick the latest version). If your system is 64bit, download the file called tupiXXX_ubuntu_x64.sh (pick the latest version).

  • 3. Ensure execution permissions to the installer using the command chmod.

  • 4. Execute the installer from console. Note: The installation script will ask for your user password to install some video-format dependencies.

  • 5. A new directory will be created with the name *tupi_XXX*. Get in it and execute the Tupi launcher and start making your first 2D animation project! :)

Note: You can move Tupi's installation directory to any other path of your preference or to create a shortcut to the launcher from your desktop, to make easier to start Tupi.


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