Design pixel-art paintings, art pieces, game assets, and compose interesting animations and combinations from sprites or sprite sheets with Bit - Animation Editor.
Bit - Animation Editor has a wide range of easy to use export options. Export to GIFs, pictures, data packages for game engines, or to a standalone desktop application.
This art was created and exported with Bit Animation Editor
Import pixel-art parts and sprites, configure sprite sheet tiles, and compose new sprite sheet animations.
Highly performant scene editor that lets you focus on composition while running sprite sheet animations and custom tweening animations at the same time.
Powerful Asset Configurations
Layering and scene scaling for easier composing.
Smart mirroring and pattern repetition for strong symmetrical designs.
Tweening built-right in for interpolating any attributes and bringing compositions to life.
Color tinting, alpha rendering and simple rotations for further customization.
Palettes and Colorization
Replace colors and combine assets under one color schema and import and export color themes between projects.
Strong Export Targets
Export as picture, time-lapse, or animation sequences.
Export as GIF and customize frames.
Export art as a standalone desktop application.
Export data packages with JSON for game engines.
In-app link to offer the possibility to import projects from Unity.
A composition tool used to make animated pixel art.
We made an internal tool to create animated art as well as to export assets to our games. Bit - Animation Editor is the refined version of that tool.
Yes! It's built right in! You can easily select the number of frames to include, how many frames to skip, and for how long each frame should be displayed in the GIF. Design and export!
No! The tool is used for composition and animation only! You import pixel art into the editor and use that to create your scene.
Yes, and a demo project showing how everything is setup. Importing PNG sprites and sprite sheets is super easy.
You can easily create and author sprite animations out of sprite sheets. It's also super easy to export to GIF, PNG and game engine friendly data formats. Moreover, you can even create a standalone windows desktop app from your composition. It's also possible to import your compositions directly to Unity.
Right now Bit - Animation Editor is available for Windows 10 64-bit.
There are several ways! Create sprite sheet animations, rotations, or create sequences of powerful tweening animations that can animate all the asset's settings like position, rotation, mirroring, etc.