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Tik Manager v3 Released!

After a long Beta testing process, Tik Manager v3 is finally released.

Tik Manager is a lightweight multi-platform and multi-software project management system.

It is designed for small-mid range teams and individuals.

Tik Manager is completely free for both personal and commercial use.

Some of the improvement in v3 are:

  • Single Executable Windows installer
  • Completely new settings menu with lots of options to customize
  • Re-designed Asset Library with 3ds Max and Houdini support
  • Transfer Central to transfer assets easily between softwares
  • Photoshop support
  • Mp4 conversion for all preview files
  • Lots of UI improvements
  • Tons of Bug fixes

Check the complete version history

Download

Windows v3.1.014
Linux v3.1.014

The details about usage and installation can be found in online help page

In order to upgrade from version 2.x you need to remove the 2.x files as well as SmManager or TikManager settings under user/documents folder.

Source code can be found in this GitHub repository

Older versions

3.1.011WindowsLinux
3.1.010WindowsLinux
3.1.009WindowsLinux
3.1.008WindowsLinux

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7 Comments

  1. To Whom It may concern:

    I attempted to install the TIK application multiple times on windows 10 pro but it didn’t begin the installation. Is there a support forum available to post error messages or questions?

    Thank you,
    -Chris

    • Hi Chris,

      You may need to disable your virus software before installation. Some av softwares gives a false positive for it. This is related with the PyInstaller (the library which I use to turn python files to executables)
      If you write down your error messages I can help you further. You can join the facebook group as well for Q&A:
      https://www.facebook.com/groups/tikManager/

  2. This looks pretty good, thank you so much for the time and effort put into it.
    Is there any support for sequence-shot based workflow other than just naming your animation files with the shot names?

    • Thank you Spiderman,

      Actually sequence-shot based workflow is a little bit complex for small teams and individuals since it needs more nested folders. I agree it is a more suitable approach for relatively bigger projects but what I try to do is keep things simple as possible and a tool that doesn’t need to be learned. However, I am searching to expand the usage as the way you suggested without compromising simplicity. I would like to hear the ideas about the subject.

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