KDE's Krita 3.1 Released With Speedups & Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 14 December 2016 at 06:24 AM EST. 4 Comments
KDE --
After the big Krita 3.0 release earlier this year, the crew responsible for this open-source digital painting software aligned with KDE has released Krita 3.1.

Krita 3.1 is now shipping and it's their first release to be fully supported under macOS/OSX, contains several performance improvements, can render animations using FFmpeg, a new brush engine was introduced that offers faster performance, new filters, and much more.


Digital artists interested in learning more about Krita 3.1 can visit Krita.org for all the details. Above is a video looking at the new features of Krita 3.1.
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