Several issues have been fixed since v5.1.17 and a few useful new features have been added. It's now much quicker to add polygons with many connections using the Ctrl key, the green inbetweening sliders are easier to use and figures can be saved in Pivot 4 format. See the full list of changes in the ReadMe file. Download page.
Several issues have been fixed since v5.1.13 and a few useful new features have been added. Animations can now be exported as AVI videos using any codec installed on your computer (like Pivot 4). You can now also search in the figure selector window and rename figure types. Download page.
A library of STK files has been added to the site. This currently includes some of the figures from the old Droidz site as well as a few new figures for Pivot 5. I hope that the library will grow over time. Feel free to contribute your own figures to be included by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org . STK Library.
Several issues have been fixed since v5.1.9 and a few useful new features have been added. The I key can now be used to input segment or camera values directly, such as angle and length. Also, edit mode or dragging with the R key now supports bending with the right mouse button to help with editing curves. Download page.
Several issues have been fixed since v5.1.7 and a few useful new features have been added. The L key can be used to align a handle to its position in the previous frame. The path to the origin node is shown when selected segment highlighting is enabled in the figure builder. Also, the Pivot Classic font has been added to create Pivot style text in the text editor. Download page.
The beta version for the new and improved Pivot Animator with many new features as listed on the Download page.
The latest version of Pivot, which is more stable, especially when dealing with large animation files. They will load faster and using less memory. Several other minor issues have been fixed. The frame repeat value is now shown in the timeline thumbnails. See the readme.txt file for a full list of changes.
A few browsers and anti-virus software, such as Norton, may give warnings for Pivot. These are false alarms that can occur because some will flag anything that they don't recognise. The Pivot installer does include offers for other software, but they're all optional during installation and will not harm your computer. Pivot and the installer are safe.