Curve editor (Third-party software, not LOVE)

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Curve editor (Third-party software, not LOVE)

Post by AntonioModer » Sat Aug 06, 2016 9:55 am

I found free "Curve editor" program:
* https://patagames.com/curveeditor/Overview.aspx
* or http://www.softpedia.com/get/Programmin ... itor.shtml
Need importer to Lua.
Curve-Editor_1.png
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Sprite animation in one s project  c    c   Unity3d .png
Exported file format: https://patagames.com/curveeditor/RawOverview.aspx#.V9Br0VQdyHs
Sprite animation in one s project c c Unity3d .png (43.71 KiB) Viewed 1614 times
Q: For what this editor?
A: For any animations, for change of variable. Example: change color.
Like in Unity3d: https://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/animedi ... urves.html

Maybe it can be useful to someone.
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Re: Curve editor (Third-party software, not LOVE)

Post by pgimeno » Sun Aug 07, 2016 12:33 am

I have no idea of the file format, but the curves are quite clearly Bézier. LÖVE supports Bézier curves, but I'm not sure if that support will be of any use in this case. Either way, Bézier curves are simple enough to manually deal with them.


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