Animation JSON export

The ability to export a json file alongside an animation export would be useful for me. This information could then easily be parsed for use with other animation libraries.

Things like frame sizes and counts, animation names, lengths, starting tile, and frame durations would be the most helpful.

Some of this information is available in the .pyxel file, but, it exporting animations may drop frames or change the number of columns etc.

Comments

  • DanikDanik Posts: 899
    As you say the data is in the .pyxel file, you can also use animated GIFs if the restrictions are ok, but I agree it would be a lot nicer to support exporting the animation data directly.
  • BrekBrek Posts: 2
    This would be great.
  • DietChuggDietChugg Posts: 10
    +1 This would be a super useful for me. I have importing tools that could make great use of this for a game developer pipeline.
  • nixeldevnixeldev Posts: 1
    edited November 2016
    + 1 This would be really useful. Is it possible to write my own exporter for it? rather than await this functionality
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