This is probably a massive shot in the dark, but
As far as I can tell from messing around with some test story files in Manga Studio, the files are saved sort of like this:
- top level: a folder for each page + a story file which tells MS which folders contain pages and what order they’re in
- page folder: a folder containing layer files + a page file which holds information about the layer files, like with the story file
- layer folder: numbered files with several different extensions, possibly for all the different layer types and metadata about the layers
The main result I’m interested in here is that the file organisation allows you to edit a page without the story file or layer structure changing, which if my assumptions hold true makes Manga Studio excellent for collaboration using subversion revision control.
Has anyone done this before or know someone who has, and might be able to share their experiences with it?
(and also, does anyone have experiences with free SVN server services?)
arcticuniverse50 said: Hey atok Vol.2 will have another 10 chapters or more?
Yep, Vol.2 will be chapters 11 through 20.
I don’t know how many volumes I’m going to end up with in the long run, but they’ll follow the construction
Clip Studio Paint is the digital American version of Manga Studio 5
I’ve had it for about a year and I totally recommend it!
SIGNAL FUCKING BOOST!!!!!
If any of my followers have been contemplating buying Clip Studio Paint / Manga Studio 5, now is the time
The EX version is also on sale, for $87 (I wish I could afford that currently ahaha)