angelkom Posted May 19, 2014 Share Posted May 19, 2014 Because Panda.js uses Pixi.js engine, it has the Hash JSON format for the sprites, and enpu has showed us how we can use the Texture Packer to create a JSON spritesheet but the bad thing is that the program is not free, it is trial then you have to buy. But I found a free and easy alternativity, I'm big fan of shoebox and I use it for my sprites it has many options and one of them is packing sprites in spritesheets, but the problem is it doesn't have json format. So what you are going to do is when you pack the sprites choose settings and choose the pixi.js version of the spritesheet and instead of the .js extension use the .json extension for the spritesheet now save the settings and you can now export the spirtesheet which is compatible with the Panda.js. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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