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So the title basically says it all. I'm looking for software that would help me to create sprite animations that I could use with cocos2d by allowing me to pose a a sprite and the software create key-frames between the sprites( basic tweening ).

Any ideas?

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You might want to have a look at this question. The answers cover a lot of possible software. Btw. there's no special requirements for Cocos2D. You can use any animation software that renders to image-frames. You can then use these directly or use a packing tool to create sprite-sheets... – bummzack Jan 12 '12 at 18:00

As I understand you need the Gamedev Animation Studio. I use it to animate sprites. This tool interpolate the animation between keyframes by various characteristics of sprite.

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Have you checked out Spriter? It's currently in alpha, but their forums have plugins available for cocos2d.

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Pivot is one of the sprite animation software. you can always use photoshop

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