How to install Natron 2.3.14 on a Chromebook


Today we are looking at how to install Natron 2.3.14 or the newest version on a Chromebook! We created a video for a visual guide as well as an audio guide.  We hope that you will find it helpful.  Please find the instructions below to install OBS, it is the same as those which we used in the video.

Natron is an open-source program for Visual Effects and Motion Graphics creation.

Update - Since the release of Chrome OS 80, the Linux Apps have been upgraded and the installation process has become much easier.  We removed the commands which are no longer needed, so you can just ignore those steps in the video and only do the steps with commands below.  Please comment on the YouTube video, if you need any assistance or if you would like an updated video!

Instructions:
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2) no longer needed*
3) sudo apt update
4) sudo apt install flatpak
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7) sudo flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
8) sudo flatpak install flathub fr.natron.Natron

Official Site:
https://natrongithub.github.io/

Update:  In Chrome OS 83 Linux Apps has an option now, not seen in this video as it was recorded before Chrome OS 83, to choose a username for your Linux Apps,  it is completely optional and you can just press on the install option to continue, as seen in the video.  Please send us a comment on YouTube if you need assistance!

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