Dragonframe for Linux

Dragonframe for Linux Overview

Dragonframe is a full-featured digital capture solution for stop motion animation. [Dragonframe Features]
Starting with Dragonframe 4, the software supports 64-bit Intel/AMD distros of Ubuntu, Fedora, and similar Linux systems.

System Requirements

64-bit (AMD64/x86_64) Ubuntu 16+ or Fedora 22+ (Ubuntu recommended)
OpenGL 2.1 Capable Graphics Card
1.33 GHz CPU or faster
2 GB RAM or more
SSD Recommended

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I purchase Dragonframe for Linux?

You can buy a Dragonframe license in our store. A license can be activated on any supported platform, and moved between platforms. You do not need to buy a version specific to Linux.
[Dragonframe Store]

Where can I learn more about Dragonframe for Linux?

Our features page has a fairly thorough review of the program’s features. [Dragonframe Features]

We also have video tutorials. [Tutorials]

Is the Linux version different from the macOS/Windows versions?

All three versions are essentially the same.

  1. Linux uses Control key commands, like Windows.
  2. The camera support is almost entirely the same across all three platforms. Please check your camera in our support page to see if there is a note about it not working with Linux. [Camera Support]

Can I try Dragonframe for Linux?

Please do. Go to our Downloads page and request a trial license. Then download either the Ubuntu (Debian-based) or Fedora installers. [Free Software Trial]