Krita 3.1.2, released on February 1st 2017, is the first bugfix release in the 3.1 release series. But there are a few extra new features thrown in for good measure!
Import audio files to help with syncing voices and music. In the demo on the left, Timothée Giet shows how scrubbing and playback work when working with audio.
Audio is not yet available in the Linux appimages. It is an experimental feature, with no guarantee that it works correctly yet — we need your feedback!
There are also a lot of bug fixes. Check the full release notes!
If you want to see what others can do with Krita, get Made with Krita 2016, the first Krita artbook, now available for pre-order!
Almost 1000 people have already filled in the 2017 Krita Survey! Tell us how you use Krita, on what hardware and what you like and don’t like!
Note for Windows users: if you encounter crashes, please follow these instructions to use the debug symbols so we can figure out where Krita crashes.
A snap image for the Ubuntu App Store will be available soon. You can also use the Krita Lime PPA to install Krita 3.1.2 on Ubuntu and derivatives.
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