Tiger Importer

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Tiger Importer

This is an addon for Godot for importing sprite data files from Tiger for animations.What is Tiger?Tiger is a middleman program to help game developers bridge the gap between sprite animation and game engine. Although programs like Aseprite can create custom spritesheet and animation data, but this requires you to keep everything in one file or make a custom script.How to Use1. Install addon.2. Enable plugin in project settings.3. Export files to project using godot_json.template in export settings.4. Go to the Tiger Importer tab and import the files.5. Select a Sprite2D node and AnimationPlayer Node.6. Click "Generate Animations" and your animations will appear in the AnimationPlayer library.This importer plugin will automatically create new animations for you as well as update them on newer imports.IssuesThis plugin is new and some things might not work. Please open an issue if you have any problems. Also, Tiger has many features, but this plugin does not. Here are some features missing:Supports only Sprite2DCan only use template given from addonHitboxes/Tags not supportedCreditsMajority of code is based on the Aseprite Importer plugin so thanks to hectorid and AtkinTC for the source code.

Supported Engine Version
4.0
Version String
0.2
License Version
MIT
Support Level
community
Modified Date
5 months ago
Git URL
Issue URL

This is an addon for Godot for importing sprite data files from Tiger for animations.

What is Tiger?
Tiger is a middleman program to help game developers bridge the gap between sprite animation and game engine. Although programs like Aseprite can create custom spritesheet and animation data, but this requires you to keep everything in one file or make a custom script.

How to Use
1. Install addon.
2. Enable plugin in project settings.
3. Export files to project using godot_json.template in export settings.
4. Go to the Tiger Importer tab and import the files.
5. Select a Sprite2D node and AnimationPlayer Node.
6. Click "Generate Animations" and your animations will appear in the AnimationPlayer library.
This importer plugin will automatically create new animations for you as well as update them on newer imports.

Issues
This plugin is new and some things might not work. Please open an issue if you have any problems. Also, Tiger has many features, but this plugin does not. Here are some features missing:

Supports only Sprite2D
Can only use template given from addon
Hitboxes/Tags not supported

Credits
Majority of code is based on the Aseprite Importer plugin so thanks to hectorid and AtkinTC for the source code.

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Tiger Importer icon image
xett
Tiger Importer

This is an addon for Godot for importing sprite data files from Tiger for animations.What is Tiger?Tiger is a middleman program to help game developers bridge the gap between sprite animation and game engine. Although programs like Aseprite can create custom spritesheet and animation data, but this requires you to keep everything in one file or make a custom script.How to Use1. Install addon.2. Enable plugin in project settings.3. Export files to project using godot_json.template in export settings.4. Go to the Tiger Importer tab and import the files.5. Select a Sprite2D node and AnimationPlayer Node.6. Click "Generate Animations" and your animations will appear in the AnimationPlayer library.This importer plugin will automatically create new animations for you as well as update them on newer imports.IssuesThis plugin is new and some things might not work. Please open an issue if you have any problems. Also, Tiger has many features, but this plugin does not. Here are some features missing:Supports only Sprite2DCan only use template given from addonHitboxes/Tags not supportedCreditsMajority of code is based on the Aseprite Importer plugin so thanks to hectorid and AtkinTC for the source code.

Supported Engine Version
4.0
Version String
0.2
License Version
MIT
Support Level
community
Modified Date
5 months ago
Git URL
Issue URL

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