On Ubuntu 18.04 64-bit, I’m rendering a short animated loop (simple stickman dancing for 6 seconds), and each format I try, the render is either broken or has odd distortions around the character.
These are my settings when I go to File -> Render
For rendered file formats: .avi (broken = gray and flickery), .mov (broken = gray and flickery), .mpeg (almost good, but has some undesired graininess around the character)
I used Target -> Auto, as well as for each format the recommended Target type from here: https://wiki.synfig.org/Render_options
(I would upload the .sifv but new users can’t upload attachments so I’ll have to wait on that.)
Is there a gotcha, perhaps when using Linux, that could make renders not have any yuckiness?