@JavadocMD JavadocMD released this Jun 9, 2015 · 1 commit to master since this release

Assets 8

This version adds support for Java 8 and (if you prefer a bundled JRE) 32-bit Windows. Functionality is otherwise untouched.


There are several versions of the executable available, choose wisely.

  • "win32" and "win64": a Windows executable with a bundled Java Runtime. Just unzip and double-click the .exe to run. Choose the correct bundle for 32- or 64-bit systems. (Many thanks to rrragequit for testing the 32-bit build!)
  • "java7": a cross-platform executable that should run on anywhere as long as you already have Java Runtime version 7 installed.
  • "java8": a cross-platform executable that should run on anywhere as long as you already have Java Runtime version 8 installed.

@JavadocMD JavadocMD released this Apr 3, 2015 · 2 commits to master since this release

Assets 5

This version adds Inkscape as a supported program. This should extend basic support to other vector graphics programs as well, but they are as yet untested. Photoshop support has been improved to treat top-level Layer Groups as a single frame.


There are two versions of the executable available, choose wisely.

  • "win": a Windows executable with a bundled Java Runtime. Just unzip and double-click the .exe to run. (64-bit support only at the moment.)
  • "java7": a cross-platform executable that should run on any platform as long as you already have Java Runtime version 7 installed.

NOTE: Animation Viewer is not yet compatible with Java 8. It kinda-sorta works but looks awful.

@JavadocMD JavadocMD released this Mar 29, 2015 · 12 commits to master since this release

Assets 5

There are two versions of the executable available, choose wisely.

  • "win": a Windows executable with a bundled Java Runtime. Just unzip and double-click the .exe to run.
  • "java7": a cross-platform executable that should run on any platform as long as you already have Java Runtime version 7 installed.

NOTE: Animation Viewer is not yet compatible with Java 8. It kinda-sorta works but looks awful.