Authoring tool

  • 26-Jul-2010 10:08 EDT
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Fujitsu Microelectronics offers AutoGraFX SceneCreator, a full-featured authoring tool for creating and modeling interactive content. AutoGraFX SceneCreator lets designers create and display user interfaces for embedded designs. The tool flow produces optimized graphic files using minimal memory, enabling the visualization of artwork on a target screen without engineering assistance. Final artwork can be displayed before designing or implementing software, reducing designer-engineer interaction cycles and improving design progress. Users access hardware-specific features using visual and animate objects to create effects. Popular image formats can be imported and modeled into a user interface, and source code can be automatically generated for a specific graphics hardware target. SceneCreator also provides a visual interface with workflow and a real-time review of artwork. Users import graphics in various formats including JPG, TIF, GIF, BMP, and PNG.

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