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APNG Assembler 2.91

Creates APNG animation from PNG/TGA image sequence.

Usage

apngasm output.png frame001.png [options]

apngasm output.png frame*.png [options]

Options

1 10 : frame delay is 1/10 sec. (default)

-l2 : 2 loops (default is 0, forever)

-f : skip the first frame

-hs## : input is horizontal strip of ## frames (example: -hs12)

-vs## : input is vertical strip of ## frames (example: -vs12)

-kp : keep palette

-kc : keep color type

-z0 : zlib compression

-z1 : 7zip compression (default)

-z2 : Zopfli compression

-i## : number of iterations (default -i15)

Changes in version 2.91:

  • Code refactoring, some small optimizations

  • CLI: Support for image strips as input

  • GUI for Windows: progress bar bug fixed

  • 64 bit biraries for Windows

GUI version of APNG assembler/disassembler for mac OS, by Stefan Godoroja:

https://github.com/mancunianetz/APNGb

Source: README.md, updated 2016-12-03

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