Sprite-sheet to animation question.(Solved)

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Post » Thu Mar 10, 2011 1:42 am

[quote="MrMiller":1nlointi]Chris,

Is there any way you could make this app go both ways? For example, making it possible to turn animations into spritesheets that are compatible with xna? Gamemaker 8 exports spritesheets, but I'm not sure about its compatibility with C# and xna. I've just started using xna and this would be so helpful, and I know a lot of xna users that are REALLY wanting this.[/quote:1nlointi]
I'm not working with XNA, but isn't there already some tools?
For example, Sprite Sheet Packer comes with an XNA exporter "which exports an XML file in XNA Content format" (quote from the description of the tool)
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Post » Sat Mar 12, 2011 11:27 pm

i managed to work out a way end up with transparent images. You have to start with a transparent sprite sheet! you can the edit it as much as you want and save out your frames

[url:1prncddd]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22173473/sprite%20transparency.rar[/url:1prncddd]


Heres a new cap for anyone who's interested, This isnt the finished version of the program but you can create a basic 8 frame set of transparent animations and the program automatically creates a sprite with the frames included and platform behaviour a the top of the screen.make sure you create the frames 1 to 8 first before using the other buttons.
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Post » Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:41 pm

Actual working example, save now working. (includes sprite-sheets)

[url:18evn6m6]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22173473/Sprite%20splitter.rar[/url:18evn6m6]
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Post » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:25 pm

[quote="tulamide":3kwrfsbw][quote="MrMiller":3kwrfsbw]Chris,

Is there any way you could make this app go both ways? For example, making it possible to turn animations into spritesheets that are compatible with xna? Gamemaker 8 exports spritesheets, but I'm not sure about its compatibility with C# and xna. I've just started using xna and this would be so helpful, and I know a lot of xna users that are REALLY wanting this.[/quote:3kwrfsbw]
I'm not working with XNA, but isn't there already some tools?
For example, Sprite Sheet Packer comes with an XNA exporter "which exports an XML file in XNA Content format" (quote from the description of the tool)[/quote:3kwrfsbw]


Thanks, tulamide. I wasn't even aware of that program. I'd used some others in the past and they never worked well so I guess I just gave up hope and quit looking for any more.
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Post » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:26 pm

[quote="chrisbrobs":2s22018w]Actual working example, save now working. (includes sprite-sheets)

[url:2s22018w]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22173473/Sprite%20splitter.rar[/url:2s22018w][/quote:2s22018w]

Nice work!
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