2012-05-13 The bugfix version (1.0.1) is online
This version includes full undo and redo functionality. All known bugs were fixed.
2012-03-27 Mailing lists are online
Two mailing lists are online. One for general announcements about qStopMotion. The second one is for general discussions. You can find this mailing list via the maling list page.
2012-03-11 The release version (1.0.0) is online
All known bugs were fixed.
2012-02-20 The release candidate 3 version (0.9.11) is online
All known bugs were fixed. Now a installer package for Debian based distributions is online (DEB). It is tested on Debian and Ubuntu 64bit.
2012-01-27 The release candidate 2 version (0.9.10) is online
All known bugs were fixed. The Windows installer now installs all additional modules and finally starts the download and installation of the GStreamer tools. Also the Windows uninstaller removes the additional tools and the GStreamer tools.
2011-11-25 The release candidate 1 version (0.9.9) is online
All defined tests were successfully done on Windows, Fedora and Debian. The new user interface was tested with a first small animation project.
2011-10-21 The RPM package (0.9.8) is online
An RPM package is the first provided installation packet on the Linux plattform. This package was built on Fedora using CPACK and tested on the Gnome desktop.
2011-09-02 The beta version (0.9.8) is online
Provided was a source package and a Windows installer for Version 0.9.8. Also, a translation of the user interface in the German laguage is introduced.
2011-08-18 The first alpha version of the sources are online
Now the port of qStopMotion to the Windows plattform is finished. The user interface was also redesigned from the ground. The repository was filled with the initial source files.
2010-10-15 Fork of the stopmotion sources for qStopMotion
The main goal of the fork is the plattform independence of stopmotion for Linux and the providing of the tool for Windows and MacOS. That means that all libraries without Windows or MacOS support have to be removed. The same will be done when the libraries can't be used together with Qt on Windows or MacOS. The Qt functionality should be used when it is possible. External tools or libraries should only be used in exceptional circumstances to make the installation easy for the user.
CMake ist the new build system. CMake has support for all the necessary plattform and can build the installation packages.