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Anim8r Released

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www.computercoder.org has released Anim8r to allow programmers / graphic artists to have a light weight application for viewing and testing their animated images (not GIF style). This application is FREEWARE and runs on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Features: - Load PNG, JPG, BMP files - Set the size (X and Y) of tiles - Set the number of frames (tiles) to an image - Manually or Automatically cycle through the frames - Adjust frame rate - Set the background color (of the screen, to see what different colors have for effect on the image) - Scale - Rotation Please visit www.computercoder.org to have a look.

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I named it, but not to be in competition with anything else exactly. The name was made and set before I even realized there was an app by a similar name. Its a freebie app, so I thought it'd fly. If it becomes an issue, I'll rename it later.

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I also thought that it was the 3d modeler program, whenever I read the thread's title.

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It's been around for a short while... maybe a month now. I didn't realize there was an app called Anim8or, as I'm not into modeling. I mainly needed an app to perform the duties this one does with 2D, and I wanted an easy name to use. This is what I came up with. I have considered renaming it. I just haven't yet...

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I'd suggest it. If nothing else, misspelled references to Anim8or are likely to eclipse your own work in search engine results.

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Original post by computercoder
Agreed. I think "2D Anim8r" would suffice. Thoughts?


I still think that will result in confusion. How about "Anim-mate". Kind of a play on words since mate also means friend.

Nice looking program by the way.

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