Autodesk Animator Pro 1.x

First released in 1989, AutoDesk Animator was a DOS-based professional animation tool. It could create full motion animations using VGA 320*200 256 color resolutions. It supports a number of animation techniques, and includes a freely redistributable animation player. It saves animations to the .FLI or "QuickFlick" format. This format was extremely popular during the very early 90s, and was one of the few that could do 256 colors, including pallet manipulation.

AutoDesk animator is geared towards generalized animations, such as hand-drawn cartoons, and was often used in conjunction with 3D Studio to produce animated 3D renderings. In contrast, most other animation tools were specifically geared towards animating graphs and diagrams, usually in 640*480 at 16 colors, for business presentations.

A lesser version was sold as Autodesk Multimedia Explorer


Product type
Application Graphics
Vendor
Autodesk
Release date
1993
Minimum CPU
386
User interface
GUI
Platform
DOS
Download count
5 (5 for release)

Downloads

Download name Version Language Architecture File size Downloads
Autodesk Animator Pro 1.3a (3.5) 1.3a English 5.37MB 5

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