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Software for exporting frame by frame animation

Hi,

as GS uses the animation attribute for animations, and because it's a drag and drop frame by frame set-up, what's the best software for creating and exporting a frame by frame animation? Thanks

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  • SocksSocks London, UK.Posts: 12,822Member

    It depends on what kind of animation you want to make, you might need to more specific with your question.

  • filmsimonfilmsimon Posts: 33Member, PRO

    I'm trying to animate my actors so they look like they're bobbing alone to some music. Just a subtle change to add life to the images.

  • SocksSocks London, UK.Posts: 12,822Member

    @filmsimon said:
    I'm trying to animate my actors so they look like they're bobbing alone to some music. Just a subtle change to add life to the images.

    I'd guess you are probably best doing that within GameSalad.

  • 3DMA3DMA Posts: 162Member, PRO

    Are you designing your Character in 2D or 3D?
    You can convert / export nearly ANY video or animation in image sets by using any video editing software.
    I personally prefer the combination of Cinema4D and After Effects / Premier Pro.

    GREAT and AWESOME results...

  • BBEnkBBEnk Posts: 1,764Member

    if your talking Mario sort of thing like dancing Trees and bushes then Pixen works really well and its free.

  • 3DMA3DMA Posts: 162Member, PRO

    oh ... yeah... if you just want some colored squares moving around... nearly anything does the job...

    Sorry if this sounds rude, it's not my intention...

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