Windows 10, i7, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080.
I needed some simple keyframe animation software to quickly demo user interface design for a software project at school, where I’m on a student team developing a UI for a local company.
For the past ~5 hours I made an 1812 key frame animation in Wick Editor. During this time, it crashed a dozen times, entered an unusable state two dozen times, and I lost work several times. A half dozen times, I ended up with un-removable artifacts (seems to be related to performing many quick undos with the text tool selected) that forced me to reload the software.
When I finally got to export my project as an .mp4, it’s in 240p or something, despite selecting 1080p. Wick Editor froze while exporting twice, so it took three attempts to even get that.
I’m not sure how you’re possibly on version 1.19, but I think it’s time to focus on the stability of the software, and generating a high quality .mp4 should be a top priority.
I’m not sure what the goal here is, but I’m not using Wick Editor again, and I regret trying it.
That said, if it was stable, I would like this software because it’s nice and simple for quick work.
P.S. Was very confused that I can’t seem to prevent layers from overlapping each other. What kind of design is that? I’m tweening a mouse cursor and it’s overlapping with the entire UI, instead of covering it.