A collection of sprites that are loaded into memory as one image.

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How can I locate the frames of a spritesheet PNG based on this PLIST data?

Someone asked me to reskin a certain game. Now he only sent me the whole sprite PNG and PLIST files of the sprites. He instructed me to rename each sprite with the same name corresponding to each ...
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organizing animation in Flash CS6 for sprite sheets

Can I make a sprite sheet of a character which contains animated movies inside the main movie-symbol? I tried to export it, but those movies inside the main one are not animated. Thanks
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DirectX9 Drawing Sprites out of place due to offset

This is my very first time into DirectX. Im trying to make a simple 2D game, just for learning the basics. And i've achieved that. The next step is to draw an animation using sprites. For that, i ...
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Slick2D: Animation not being parsed from spritesheet correctly

I have a 960x960 spritesheet with each tile being 192x192. I initialized my spritesheet and animation like so: spritesheet = new SpriteSheet("resources/spritesheets/player.png", 192, 192); ...
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Exporting spritesheet for Cocos2d

I would like to know how people usually save the animations in order to load them easily in Cocos2d with as few hard-code as possible. E.G. The solution I thought of is to have one plist file ...
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How can I dynamically load the correct sprite from a sprite sheet?

I am making a simple card game in unity. The game is based on a standard 52-card pack, with identical backs for unique faces. In my particular game different cards are worth different values and have ...
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Unity 2D loading Spritesheet Atlas at runtime from web and using it dynamically

I am new to Unity (came from AS3/Starling) and just started for 2D games in Unity. I have a spritesheet / texture-atlas (many different sized images packed in a single png) which I want to download at ...
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Using fully cropped sprites with TexturePacker and Cocos2d

When using texturepacker, you can set your trim-mode to crop. This is nice, because when a sprite loads in cocos2d your bounding box will only be the visible area of your sprite - which is useful for ...
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Is there any benefit to using sprite sheets in Java with awt?

I am aware that this question addresses the issue for flash and this question addresses the issue vaguely for miscellaneous rendering engines like OpenGL. The way the latter asserts the superiority of ...
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Sprite sheets, Clamp or Wrap?

I'm using a combination of sprite sheets for well, sprites and individual textures for infinite tiling. For the tiling textures I'm obviously using Wrap to draw the entire surface in one call but up ...
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C# Fit an image into the outline of a 2d sprite character body perfectly

Ok, I'm trying to wrap my head around how to begin doing this. I tried on stackoverflow.com but my question was downvoted/closed for being "too broad"; so here goes again in more detail. I have two ...
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MonoGame and pragmatically loaded textures OnActivated [WP8]

I have a custom content format for my spriter animations. Within this format, I have a list of Texture2DContexts that are loaded splendidly upon starting the app with Content.Load(filename); However, ...
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How do I optimally give current UVs to the shader for animating a spritesheet?

I've implemented sprite animation by passing UVs into the shader with the good-ol' shader.SetParameters[] call. In the vertex shader, I lerp the new UVs with the Texture Coordinates of the original ...
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Flash CS6 Spritesheets and XNA

So new with Adobe Flash CS6 comes the new Feature to export Movie Clips as a Spritesheet which seems very nice! I have a few questions to CS6: http://imgur.com/enllkyL Its nifty but it lost its "up ...