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How to make simple 2D cutscenes?

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by aidinz, Jun 19, 2017 at 4:27 PM.

  1. aidinz

    aidinz

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    Hi,

    I'm porting a game from Flash and it has some basic animations, like characters moving and change sprites but it has to accurately sync with the pre-made audio I have so I don't think I can code it with tweens via just code, like without an visual editor.

    I was wondering what would you suggest. I'm even thinking about rendering it to video and playing back in Unity but game is pixel art I either have to make very big files or it will show artifacts.

    Animation files are in SWC format, any way I can play them back correctly?

    Thanks