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Okay, I’ve been using this other program, “Game Maker” for a while. I find it easier to make sprites there.
But, my question is, can I save my sprites from Game Maker to jpeg and import them into Stencyl so I can program easier? :D
Stencyl can import JPG, although PNG is a better format (JPG is a “lossy” format, which can cause you to lose detail in your sprites). If Game Maker can export to those formats, then the answer is yes!
> *Originally posted by **[dotHectate](/forums/80/topics/268059?page=1#posts-5786690):***
> Stencyl can import JPG, although PNG is a better format (JPG is a “lossy” format, which can cause you to lose detail in your sprites). If Game Maker can export to those formats, then the answer is yes!
Doesn’t need to export. Alt+ printscreen at 100% zoom achieves the same affect, so long as you don’t need to preserve transparency. (And, even if you do, you can just add the transparency back in using GIMP.)