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Flump animation tool update

Flump is a free, open source tool for converting Flash animations into bitmap-based, GPU-friendly keyframed scenegraph animations. Version 1.4 has a handful of changes that have been important to Antihero’s development, like texture atlas combining and command line support.

You give the Flump exporter a set of .FLAs and their corresponding .SWFs, and Flump spits out texture atlases and JSON or XML keyframe animation data. Flump comes with a Starling-based runtime library for playing Flump animations in Adobe AIR games. There are Flump runtime implementations for a variety of other languages and game frameworks, and you can create a new runtime for your favorite language if it’s not currently supported.
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