Re: Heron Animation - My free stop-motion capture software and web app
Alright, so I downloaded Heron Animation to my new computer (Windows 10, 64 bit) and animated a project that turned out to be around 701 frames. The only problem is, when I try to export, It stops at 6 percent indefinitely (42 of the 701 frames). I really don't want to lose this footage.
If I can see the frames, I assume they are temporarily saved somewhere, for heron to either relocate or delete later. I've still got the program open, and would love to be able to retrieve the frames. I did not duplicate or delete any frames, although I did playback the animation at around that point, to which the play animation button turned red and clicking it did nothing. (hovering over it said "pause")
Help would be appreciated.
Hmm, based on my knowledge of webapps compiled, it's possible that the frames are in fact, not stored locally at all. They may be stored in the DOM (which is like the cache) somewhere. Thus, they're temporary and cease to exist when the program is closed. So definitely don't close the program. Hopefully Aiwha can help you more. I'm not sure of Heron is compiled in NWJS or Electron, but it may be possible to access the cache somehow. Again, I'm a novice on this, but yeah, don't close the program. They're probably not stored on the disk.