Kitsu is a validation tracking app for animation productions. Through its clean UI and shared database it allows you to communicate efficiently with all the shareholders of the production: Artists, Production managers, TDs, Supervisors, Vendors, and Clients.
Depending on your role in the studio, we propose you two tutorials:
- Getting Started as a Production Manager: you will learn how to set up a full production and dispatch tasks to your team.
- Getting Started as a Production Manager - Advanced Users: you will learn advanced technic as batch importing, customize our pages...
- Getting Started as an artist: you will find all the information required to access your task list, share your progress and upload your results.
- Getting Started as a client: you will find all the information required to access your playlists, share your comments and validations.
In this section, we will detail all of Kitsu's different modules.
- Schedules: Everything you need to know to set your schedules
- Batch Action: Let Kitsu do all the heavy lifting for you
- Playlist: Stay focus during the review and gain more time with the Playlist
- Customization of the workflow: Every production are unique, so should be your workflow
- Deparment: We all need to stay organized
Video tutorials are available on Youtube. They cover the essential parts of Kitsu. You will find them via the link below:
Frequently Asked Questions
It's the place to find common questions asked by the studios and their answers. Tutorials don't cover everything... Fortunately, this FAQ is here to add the missing part!
- How to delete...: You need to delete something? The answer is here
- How to filter...: You need to focus on specific information? Learn how to do it
- How to get notified...: You need to be aware of everything? Be ubiquitous
- How to report...: You have to do a lot of production reports? Gain some time!
Kitsu is written by CG Wire, a company based in France. We help small to midsize CG studios to manage their production and build pipelines efficiently.
We apply software craftmanship principles as much as possible. We love coding and consider that strong quality and good developer experience matter a lot. Our extensive experience allows studios to get better at doing software and focus more on artistic work.
Visit cg-wire.com for more information.