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|Developer(s)||CACANi Private Limited|
2.0.58.07543 / May 24, 2019
|Type||Vector graphics editor, Raster graphics editor, animation software|
Cacani (stylized as CACANi), abbreviation for "Computer Assisted Cel Animation", is a 2D vector animation system that automatically generates interstitial frames, or inbetween frames, from key frames. As of CACANi 2.0, the ability to draw raster graphics was added.
In December 2014, CACANi 1.0 was launched. Version 1.2 came out in January 2016, and version 1.3 in November 2016.
On May 24th, 2019, CACANi 2.0 was released.
- Strike Witches: Road to Berlin trailer, released in 2018, animated by David Production. The film is slated for release in 2020.
Shorts, Promotional Videos
- Calypso Agency, an animation pilot project led by Jose A. Velasco, in 2010.
- Anime Festival Asia (AFA) Special Video - feat. Inori Aizawa, a promotional video made for Microsoft Singapore in 2013.
- AFA 2014 Promo Video, a promotional video made for event organiser, SOZO, in 2014.
- AFASG 2015 Promo Video, a promotional video made for event organiser, SOZO in 2015.
- Temple chan, a pilot short made by Tatsunoko Productions (Adobe Flash and CACANi) in 2015.
- CACANi Animation (2019-05-23), CACANi 2.0 - Drawing with Raster Layers, retrieved 2019-05-31
- "Japanese anime to get NTU touch". news.ntu.edu.sg. Retrieved 2019-05-31.
- "Hataraku Saibou's Singaporean Connection". WOWJAPAN. 2018-07-12. Retrieved 2019-05-31.
- NTUsg (2011-06-15), Award-winning animation by NTU and Jose Velasco, retrieved 2019-05-31
- Emmett, Neil (2013-11-11). "Internet Explorer Fanart Leads To New Anime Mascot". Cartoon Brew. Retrieved 2019-05-31.
- "Microsoft Flaunts Original Anime Character for IE11". www.hardwarezone.com.sg. Retrieved 2019-05-31.
|Discontinued / Legacy|