There seems to be a problem between
Toon Boom Studio
and Mac OS X 10.1.
Toon Boom Studio is an award-winning animation application for Mac OS X. However, Toon Boom apparently won’t save files under the latest version of Mac OS X. Compounding the problem is the fact that the next version of Toon Boom isn’t due from Toon Boom Technologies for another 4-6 months. The upgrade, which will purportedly be optimized for Mac OS X 10.1, is anticipated for a spring 2002 arrival.
The situation is being looked at “internally” at Toon Boom Studio, company spokesperson Mick Martin told MacCentral.
Toon Boom Studio is designed to bring many of the capabilities of Toon Boom’s high-end product, USAnimation, to the designers and creators of character animations for the Web. It uses QuickTime for Flash playback, media import and, in the next release, real-time playback. Toon Boom also integrates with such Web publishing programs as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe GoLive, Adobe LiveMotion, Macromedia Flash, and Macromedia Dreamweaver. (Thanks to MacCentral reader Jeff Melrose for alerting us to this issue.)