Can Shotcut work with Inkscape or Krita like with Glaxnimate?

I have seen a tutorial for using Glaxnimate with Shotcut, but I don’t know how to do something similar with other free soft applications. Is it possible?

Not exactly the same, but you can use the other tools to create a PNG to use in Shotcut. I do not recommend trying to use the SVG from Inkscape—too many compatibility issues.

Is there any other standard format?

I mean the animate options in Krita, for example, similar to the ones on Glaxnimate? Which protocol/fotmat uses glaxnimate to communicate with Shotcut?

No, they are not similar or the same. Krita is raster; Glaxnimate is vector. In Krita you might be able to export animation as video with an alpha channel. You can do a web search on that topic to learn more. But you can export a PNG image sequence.

Which protocol/fotmat uses glaxnimate to communicate with Shotcut?

A custom one I added to Glaxnimate including a QImage in shared memory. You would need to read the source code; I do not volunteer to add it to Krita anytime in the near future.

Ok. Thank you for the info :slight_smile: