*tl;dr- Easy way to take the frames of a GIF and change them to a BMP (there are about 40 frames per Action)
So- My friend was learning Java to build a game on Android while I would create the graphical resources. It will be a fighting game- so I went ahead and made animations for the moves and all the characters.
He needed help understanding the language so I thought I would go ahead and teach myself as well.
I read faster than him- and I got to a point where I find out that graphical resources have to be in BMP (or so the author tells me) and that each frame in gif is a seperate BMP.
So- is there an *
Willing to get on the cloud or something for the other CS programs.
Yes, Ps CS6 can do that. An animated GIF will be opened as a document with each frame on a separate layer. Then the "Export Layers to Files" script can export a folder of BMPs.