I've been using a 1997 picture viewer (with the slideshow set to 42ms)
to preview my animation work. It's a bit crusty and I've been wanting
to write my own for a while. -- Like refreshing the directory can be a pita.
So I finally did. bsAniPic is a Qt app that can "animate" a series of
images. Oh, and since we're here, my renderfarm is aware of the text
returned by povray as well, so I can optionally display that.
It's cool to have the debug numbers run in real time with the images.
Have you ever been developing a POV-Ray animation and thought to
yourself, "Gee, I wish I could see and correlate the povray debug output
with each image? That'd be neat".
Well now you can, with new improved bsAniPic v0.5 .
bsAniPic **in action**
Instructions to wire bsAniPic into your POV-Ray animation workflow.