AnimateCC is my weapon of choice, but for web and native animations it falls short on exporting
I extensively tried the WebGL, Createjs, SnapSVG and recently PIXI export plugins, but After Effects with the bodymoving plugin running in Lottie seems a much better option.
When animateCC doesn't provide export plugins it is probably easier to learn After Effects, but I'd rather have the combo of drawing and animating in AnimateCC.
Could you please elaborate on this subject. And is support for exporting to Lottie on the roadmap ?
i don't think there is a public animate cc roadmap.
We at https://lottiefiles.com have been working with the teams at Adobe Animate to support Lottie within Animate.
We are thrilled to share that soon you'd be able to export as Lottie JSON (Bodymovin) and dotLottie.
We’d be testing and releasing this plugin to you all by the end of February, early March time frame. In the meantime should you have feature requests, suggestions or comments, send them our way.
Hello Nattu. Thanks for your work integrating Lottie with Animate CC.
I'm very interested in support for exporting these files. Any news for us?
@reallynattu This is great news! I'm working on a project right now where Lottie export from Animate would make my life so much easier. I see the original timeframe for release was Feb/Mar – do you have any updates? I would be willing to try a beta version too if that's a possibility. Thanks! 🙏
Any news on the Animate integration? I am thrilled to have a go at it!
Swing and a miss 😛