An extensible, deterministic format and renderer for animations and visualizations (cancelled)
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xdav

🎬 An extensible, deterministic format and renderer for animations and visualizations

Work on xdav has been put on hold until further notice. This is an incomplete version

Status: Cancelled License: MIT Badges made with ./badges

xdav is not yet fit for any practical use

Goal

The goal of xdav is to create a renderer for animations and visualizations, with a focus on deterministic, high quality rendering and extensibility using plug-ins.

Its original purpose is to serve as a renderer for creating educational videos for platforms like YouTube.

License

xdav itself is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for details.