“FlipBook is designed for people who want to do traditional animation like Disney and Warner Bro’s.”
It follows the traditional animation method but adds the speed and convenience of computers.


The Major Studios Use FlipBook

The major studios use FlipBook because it works the way animators work and doesn’t get in the way of the creative process.



The Top Animation Schools Use FlipBook

The top animation schools use FlipBook because it lets them teach animation instead of software and it helps the students learn to animate better. 



Independant Animation Teachers Use FlipBook

Independent animation teachers use FlipBook because it’s affordable for their students and helps them learn the basic animation principles. 

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FlipBook helps teachers teach, students learn and pros produce.
It’s fast, It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s affordable and it’s full of unique features that no other animation app has.

FlipBook Has Unique Features That Make Animation Easier

We have added several features specifically to help teachers and students leap over the most common hurdles in animation and these same features also help the pros fine tune their animation so everything looks perfect. This makes animation faster, easier and more fun. FlipBook helps teachers teach, student learn and pros produce.

Conquer Time & Space With DigiCel FlipBook

Timing and Spacing are just two of the things that FlipBook does better than any other app. 

Timing is all about where you put your key frames and determines how long each action lasts. According to “Disney Animation, The Illusion of Life”, learning timing requires “a period of experimenting and trying and failing and trying again”. FlipBook let’s you adjust the timing while the scene loops so you can try faster and err less to find the perfect timing sooner. You can add frames to slow the movement down or delete frames to speed it up without ever stopping the playback. This is the best way to learn where to put your keyframes.

Spacing is about where you draw the inbetweens. It controls acceleration, deceleration and gives objects weight. FlipBook’s lightbox (onion skin) is more versatile than any other app. It let’s you see your previous and next drawings and any keys you want to help you know exactly where to draw.

It works just like a traditional animation disc. Whatever drawing you open goes on top of the stack and the drawings you had open before show through. This is way more flexible. So you can easily animate straight ahead or do inbetweens and it doesn’t matter how far apart the key frames are, just open them before you open the one you want to edit.

So where do you want to run FlipBook?