Developer: George Balla
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 838.2 KB - Download
Sprite Splicer will allow you to extract individual graphics from a SpriteSheet or create a Sprite Strip. Great for game
developers or web designers.
You can take any image and split to any size and use
the images on your website to speed up loading. If you have a large image it is better to load it in smaller pieces.
Added the option to create Sprite Strips.
Most Helpful Reviews
Useless - I urge anyone considering buying this to read this first. I was so happy when i found an app to do this for me. I was splicing images by hand from a spritefile. Turns out though, this program is useless for one key reason. No matter what size your original sprites are in, (in my case this was 126 x 64) this program will chop up the images and RESIZES them to 50 x 25 which is useless for me. WHY cant the images retain their original sizes?
More Reviews for Current Version
Good but not enough features - Its great IF the sprite is spaced to the cell width and height other whys I still have to find a way to manually spilt my sprite still
This program is trash! - You can’t control anything and it exports the images to a different size then they were originally!
Close, but no bueno - Revised. Just checked the output… I have a file 1024 on a side. I set to 8x8 (all uniform size tiles) the output is 37 pixels on a side? NOT COOL! You can control the size of the tiles, but not the spacing between tiles. You can not zoom in to inspect the cut to see if it correctly placed. You can not control the name of the resulting tiles. I hope to see an update.