Frequently Asked Questions

About Sprite Sheet

What is sprite sheet?

Sprite sheet is a concatenated version of your images into one big image file. Sprite sheets are most commonly used in game applications and web sites.

Why do I need to use sprite sheet?

For web sites, sprite sheets decreases the image requests from server. Thus, your server's traffic is reduced and your web sites loads faster.

Can I make a sprite sheet manually?

Yes, but with manual generation you need to fight with ordering your image files and counting pixels to parse the sprite sheet. Sprite Master does this operation automatically. It also uses the best algorithms to order your sprites in an most efficient way.

Features

What is Algorithm For?

Algorithms and Methods are working both for best ordering of your sprite images. They always tries to make smaller size of sprite sheets. Always try for Algorithm and Method for best results. In near future, other algorithms will be added to Sprite Master Web.

Are you planing to improve Sprite Master Web?

Yes. There are planned updates and features that will be added to Sprite Master Web. Even we have a roadmap, please don't hesitate to contact us for feature requests. This will help us to improve our roadmap and our current roadmap's accuracy.

Will next features available for free?

Yes. If you purchased Sprite Master Web, next features will be free.

Support

Do you have a community that I can ask questions?

Yes. We have a support forum, you can register and ask questions. Also, you can send your questions to support@mobinodo.com.

How do I submit a bug?

You can simply send an email to support@mobinodo.com or use our contact form.

When will my bug to be fixed?

Your bug will be fixed on the next update.

Who is the developer of Sprite Master Web?

Sprite Master is created by Polat Olu (Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter)

How can I follow updates for Sprite Master Web

You can follow mobinodo on twitter.

Are you planing to develop Sprite Master Web for other platforms like Windows, Linux, etc.?

No.