Published 12th December, 2015
With lots of bug fixes. This is still based on the stable 2.9 version of Krita, though, not on what will become Krita 3.0. But there are a lot of crash fixes, bug fixes and improvements, and the following operations now work on animations as well:
Nathan Lovato has made a nice introduction video:
(And don’t forget to support his kickstarter!, now close to reaching the first stretch goal.)
For Ubuntu Linux, you can get the second animation beta through the Krita Lime repositories. Just choose ‘krita-animation-testing’ package:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dimula73/krita sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install krita-animation-testing
For Windows, two packages are available: 64-bit, 32-bit:
You can download the zip files and just unpack them, for instance on your desktop and run. You might get a warning that the Visual Studio 2012 Runtime DLL is missing: you can download the missing dll here. You do not need to uninstall any other version of Krita before giving these packages a try!