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Background Remover tool
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Little tool i made to remove background. As long as you can get the background alone and the background doesnt have the same color as the sprites, it should work.

Download: Background Remover v06

How it works:
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Result of the example in gif form: [Image: d54mimdvdyos93gzg.jpg]
Note that chrome have problem displaying gif at high speed, so you might see the bottom or the top of the sprite flicker with chrome.
If you guys see any bugs, please let me know!
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Love the great idea! Nicely done!
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What type of games work with this? You've established that it works with SNES games but what about Genesis, NES, Turbografx etc?
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(07-10-2018, 11:00 PM)shadowman44 Wrote: What type of games work with this? You've established that it works with SNES games but what about Genesis, NES, Turbografx etc?

You just have to move the yellow square on your emulator, so it should work on anything ( as long as you can get the background without the sprites( either by gameplay, or with the emulator's layer) and that the background doesnt clash with the sprites).
Edit: Oh, and you can also use screenshot captured with another program: click the "Load Background/Sprite from file" buttons at the top Wink
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Background Remover V03
-Added the functionnality to select a sprite images amongst the list loaded, which generate the preview for that frame. Pressing the "Delete key" while a frame is selected will delete it.
-Added functionnality to save as a Gif, you can also set the delay between each frame.
- Fixed a few visual issue.

Edit:
Background Remover V04
- You can preview the animation by clicking the preview animation button.
-You can click the background sprite and press delete to delete it.
- You can now resize the capture screen by drag and dropping the edge of the capture screen.
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#6
Oh wow, very neat. I made a similar program years ago but it was much less convenient to use. Definitely eases hard ripping for some cases!
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omg this will make my life so much easier.
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