Follow some artists. This allows you to stay up to date on their latest files and learn from their techniques.
Personalize your profile. Tell your followers who you are by adding a bio and other social links!
Launch Rive by navigating to Your Files. Double click on a file to open it, or click on the plus icon to create a new one.
WebGL is a browser rendering feature that allows Rive to run with desktop-class graphics performance. It comes built-in to all modern browsers and doesn't require any additional plugins. It is required to run Rive.
WebGL is usually enabled by default on most browsers. Occasionally, some configurations have this feature turned off. Read on to find out how to enable WebGL if it's disabled.
Many laptops nowadays have two GPUs: an integrated low-power GPU (to save battery) and a discrete high-power GPU (for maximum performance). The OS will automatically switch between the integrated and discrete GPU to efficiently balance battery life and performance.
A few of our Windows users have noticed that this GPU switching will occasionally cause Rive to crash. It doesn't appear to happen with macOS.