For a long time we have received many requests to provide Papagayo packages for Windows. I am aware about the Papagayo 2.0 bump from original developers, and I am considering to port the changes of our custom version of Papagayo into their version as soon as possible. Unfortunately, right now I’m busy with other priorities, so it’s very hard to tell when this actually will be done.
Papagayo screenshot (Windows)
But there is a good news! As a result of our recent collaboration with some small animation studio of Novosibirsk, we have come up with a build of Papagayo, which is works for Windows. The build is pretty crappy, but it is working.
I am happy to announce that we have made a small update to our Papagayo packages, which fixes the issue with FPS settings value. In previous versions FPS value was internally messed up when you load a new audio file, which was leading to incorrect syncronization results. This update have no other changes and is recommended for all users.
June 16th, 2014 by Konstantin Dmitriev
Here comes one more illustration for backstory.
Artwork by Anastasia Majzhegisheva
I don’t remember if I mentioned that or not, but a few months ago Anastasia is switched to Krita for all her latest art works. Krita is an awesome open-source painting software for artists and they are running a Kickstarter campaign now to make it even better!
For me this publication is like some kind of “FSCONS report” and a good chance to take a look back. Not all plans come true, some turned into unexpected twists. But I am really happy to remember that time – a lot of good feelings and memories.
Thanks to Kenneth Frantzen and Hacker Public Radio!