The current version of Procreate Dreams is 1.0.9 and requires iPadOS 16.3 or later.
To update Procreate Dreams:
Open the App Store.
Tap on your profile picture in the top-right to access your Account menu.
You’ll see a list of updates available. Tap the Update button next to Procreate Dreams.
If you're not sure whether your app is up to date, open your copy of Procreate Dreams. In the Gallery, tap the words ‘Procreate Dreams’ in the top-left corner to view your version number. Compare this to the version in the App Store.
Refer to the iPad Compatibility article to learn about which iPad models are supported by Procreate Dreams.
No. Procreate Dreams is available as a one-time purchase of $19.99 USD. Regional pricing may differ, check the App Store to see pricing in your currency.
You can learn about using Procreate Dreams in the Handbook .
Any Procreate document can be imported into a Procreate Dreams movie. Procreate documents retain their layers within Procreate Dreams and can continue to be edited, taking full advantage of the Procreate drawing engine.
There are three ways to animate content in Procreate Dreams: drawing frame-by-frame , keyframing , and Performing . You can combine these animation techniques and apply them to different types of content to create incredible effects. Read more about animating in Procreate Dreams in the Handbook .
Procreate Dreams supports exporting in a number of common video and image formats. Learn more about supported export formats .
Procreate Dreams supports a range of audio, video, and image formats that can be imported for use in your movie. For a complete list, check out the Content Types page in the product handbook.
The highest video resolution that Procreate Dreams can import is dependent on your iPad model. Refer to the iPad Compatibility article to learn more.
No, Procreate Dreams is a stand-alone app, separate from Procreate. If you would like to install Procreate Dreams you can purchase it from the App Store on your iPad. Both apps are a one-time purchase and do not require an ongoing subscription or offer any in-app purchases.
Procreate and Procreate Dreams are developed and sold separately. You can buy each app as a one-time purchase from the App Store on your iPad.
No, Procreate Dreams is a stand-alone powerful content creation and animation tool that can be used to create entire movies from end to end.
We’ve got big plans for Procreate Dreams, with many features planned for the future. As we have done with Procreate in the past, Procreate Dreams will get free major feature updates. If a feature you would like to see is currently not available in Procreate Dreams, be sure to let us know what you would like to see on our Ideas & Suggestions board .
We’ve spent years investing in Procreate Dreams to build a product that is packed full of powerful features. We want the price of Procreate Dreams to reflect its value while remaining affordable for creatives.
If you are running into crashes, or any other issues with Procreate Dreams, please contact our Support Team . We take these issues seriously and will be happy to assist you with the problem.
Procreate Dreams gives you access to the entire Procreate brush library and you may import any .brush currently supported in Procreate. You can bring any artwork you create in Procreate to life through animation in Procreate Dreams. Because Procreate Dreams is designed as an animation app, certain painting features will remain exclusive to Procreate, such as Brush Studio.
Procreate is designed for digital painting and illustration, while Procreate Dreams is made for 2D animation and motion graphics.
Any art you create with the tools that come with Procreate Dreams is your content. You can use it however you like. Of course, we'd love it if you let people know that you used our app to create it. Procreate Dreams itself, its graphics, plus the included example artworks are protected by copyright and may not be used commercially or distributed without permission.
The fonts (Eina 01, Impact, and Jack Armstrong BB) included in Procreate Dreams, and the ones included in iOS are licensed for use within the app only. You can use them for compositing and use within personal artwork. If you would like to use a font in a commercial work, it is your responsibility to check whether a suitable license is available for your use.
English, Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish.
You can set this in PadOS Settings → Procreate Dreams → Preferred Language.
Try directly copying the link below.
More resources available at help.procreate.com