Toonloop is a live stop motion animation software. It aims to show the creation process to the audience as well as the result of the creation. Frame by frame animations are made by adding frames one by one to a clip made of many frames. Clips are displayed in a never ending loop.


This page lists a few example artworks and projects made with Toonloop. The idea is to give a general idea of the possibilities Toonloop can offer.


Motifs Urbains - Alexandre Quessy and Isabelle Caron. 2010. SAT, Canada.

Abstractions 1 - Alexandre Quessy and Chun Lee. (李駿) 2010. NTMOFA, Taiwan. (part 1)

Pre-LGM workshop @ StudioXX Montréal

Saturday May 7, 2011.

11:00-16:00 In situ animation with Toonloop (workshop with Alexandre Quessy)

The Libre Graphics Meeting exists to unite and accelerate the efforts behind Free, Libre and Open Source creative software. From Friday evening 6 May onwards the LGM organises workshops, excursions and other activities for early arrivers.

Toonloop 2.0

I'm happy to announce the release of Toonloop 2.0.0. I finally decided to freeze the current interface of Toonloop, since I will need to use it a lot in the next few weeks. I should then stop developing it, and call it "stable". I was also much sure about my choices. Using GStreamer and Clutter in C++ are pretty safe choices for a live animation software.

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