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A DES file is text file. In this file you can find information about the atlas(sprrite sheet) file including: where to find atlas (sprite sheet) image AND describe the position of original image on atlas image. As example if you have a folder called MainMenu and two files button.png after atlas making process you’ll have DES file button.des.But I dont know the process of making the .des files from the .png files can anyone explain that to me?

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What library are you using that needs these files? Usually they provide or suggest a tool that spits out the data it needs in the format it wants. – Tetrad Mar 10 '12 at 8:27
I am not using any library I just have some images with extension that are required to be converted to .des file format – hariszaman Mar 10 '12 at 9:01
.des sounds very unfamiliar. Perhaps it is somebody's homerolled code? – karmington Mar 11 '12 at 5:28
What game engine is that? Can you post the contents of a DES file or the code that loads it? – rraallvv Jan 6 '13 at 4:50