Krita 4.4 Beta Released With Multi-Threading For Fill Layers
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 22 September 2020 at 06:50 AM EDT. 4 Comments
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The beta of the forthcoming Krita 4.4 is now available, which continues on as easily the leading open-source digital painting programs.

Krita 4.4 is bringing multi-threading support for fill layers, which yields a significant speed-up. Krita 4.4 is also introducing transformations for the pattern fill, a simple pattern fill with screentone, new features for brush engines, audio support within the Krita AppImage build, a WebM/VP9 animation recording preset, and other improvements. There is also a lot of fixes at large.


More details on the changes coming with Krita 4.4 via the work-in-progress release notes.

Downloads and more details on today's Krita 4.4 Beta 1 release via Krita.org.
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