Anime Studio Pro

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Some new features is Frame-by-frame animation, Layer referencing, animated bone parenting, bone flipping and a new file format. And more.

Application Details:

Version: 11.1
License: Retail
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.9.9

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With Nacs instructions in other Test report Anime Studio 11 now runs in Trial mode. In addition to msvcr120.dll I also had to copy msvcp120.dll to the application directory. A.S. can not be registered so for work it still is useless. Therefore I rate it as Garbage. can not activate: A.S. can not access the Activation server when trying to activate directly and it can't save an activation request to your computer when trying to manually activate!

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentUbuntu 14.04 "Trusty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 06 20161.9.9Yes Yes GarbageDavid Rylander 
ShowChakra LinuxMay 02 20161.9.8Yes Yes GoldNac 
ShowUbuntu 14.04 "Trusty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jul 01 20151.7.44Yes No GarbageDavid Rylander 

Known Bugs

Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
40585 Anime Studio Pro 11 can not be Activated UNCONFIRMED View

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by Nac on Monday May 9th 2016, 1:34
To contact the registration server properly, did you make sure you have lib32-openshl and lib32-libssh2 installed on your system, and the wininet package from winetricks in your A.S. wine prefix?

What errors do you get in your console when you try to register?
RE: Registering
by David Rylander on Monday May 9th 2016, 2:06
Im guessing it's the packages libnss3-tools and libssh2-1 I should install.
Did that.
Already had wininet.dll, tried the same as with mscvp120.dll and copied it to the application folder.

No go.

Console error on direct activation:
fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x3ee0ab4) stub
fixme:winhttp:get_system_proxy_autoconfig_url no support on this platform

Theres no console message on the write activation request to disk issue.
RE: Registering
by Nac on Monday May 9th 2016, 2:13
The get_system_proxy_autoconfig_url error might be due to a missing ntlm_auth library in your system. It should be provided by the 32 bit version of the winbind package on Ubuntu.
RE: Registering
by David Rylander on Monday May 9th 2016, 6:30
My system is a 64-bit ubuntu 14.04.

I have winbind 64bit installed and tried to install winbind:i386 but I get unmet dependencied for samba and then in turn for various python packages. There I also get missing packages and dependencies for different versions of the same library. A mess to get installed in other words.

Can I move forward in some other way?
RE: Registering
by Nac on Tuesday May 10th 2016, 2:08
I'm sorry, I don't use Ubuntu, so I can't help with installation issues. There are, of course, solutions for the registration failure I'm not ready to discuss, but which are often ultima ratio for running your legitimately purchased products in wine.

I'm trusting you did apt-get update and maybe even apt-get dist-upgrade? 14.04 is quite old already - maybe make a minimal install of a more current Ubuntu in a virtual box and test it there?
RE: Registering
by David Rylander on Tuesday May 10th 2016, 2:26
Thanks for all your help.
I'll have to experiment more.

For the second issue, that A.S. can't write the activation request, do you have any idea what might cause this?
A.S. can save workfiles and render to disk and the folders I'm trying has full read/write rights. Its just in this registration phase it can't write to disk...
RE: Registering
by Nac on Tuesday May 10th 2016, 2:37
Without getting any error message, this is really hard to debug. If you have a registered copy of A.S. running on windows, a workaround might be to simply copy the folder over your wine A.S. installation (and maybe copy over all related registry keys, too).

I had similar write-access problems years ago installing the game "Pathologic", and could not solve them. They varied with wine version, with later versions becoming incompatible at one point.

Maybe look up the Smith Micro user-folder structure on your other OS, recreate it under your wine prefix, and make all folders there world-writable before you try to install? But I'm only guessing here.